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Why mobsters don't talk like you and me

(Globe / Joe Tabacca)
By Keith O'Brien
September 27, 2009

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CRIMINALS, MORE OFTEN than not, do not have resumes. They generally can’t peddle their services on billboards, hire advertising agencies to develop their brands, find new hires on Monster.com, or discuss their problems at trade shows. And yet, just like normal, everyday law-abiding citizens, criminals are often businesspeople, seeking the one thing that every good company needs most: good, reliable ... (Full article: 994 words)

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