Greed is Not Good

By Ross Gianfortune

February 28, 2012

Once again, a government agency has enlisted a Hollywood icon to explain an intiative in the form of a public service announcement. In this case, the choice might at first seem a little counterintuitive.

The FBI has tapped two-time Academy Award winner Michael Douglas -- a.k.a. Gordon Gekko, Mr. "Greed is Good"  himself from the move Wall Street  -- to make a plea to corporate types to report any financial malfeasance they witness.

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By Ross Gianfortune

February 28, 2012

http://www.govexec.com/federal-news/fedblog/2012/02/greed-not-good/41316/