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THE INSIDE JOB

The boss thought she was the hardest-working person on his payroll. Maybe she was. It's not easy building-and hiding-an extravagant second life with company money. But how could a scam this big go unnoticed for so long?



By Neil Swidey
September 17, 2006

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J ust after 4 o'clock, when John Ferreira was looking the other way, a prankster pushed him into his pool. It's a gorgeous pool, rimmed by smooth boulders and an elaborate waterfall, and surrounded by golf course-quality turf, all set against the backdrop of 120 acres of his private forest. Still, it's no fun being tossed into the water fully ... (Full article: 5999 words)

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