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Benjamin Franklin once said, “An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest.” As a non-fiction author, my goal is to always provide you, the reader, only with true and factual information.

 

Business Fraud

From Trust To Betrayal – How to Protect Your Business in 7 Easy Steps

 

Experience shows that 90–95 percent of embezzlement and fraud producing failures are the fault of those in charge. They simply do not have the knowledge to understand and deal with this problem.

 

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BUSINESS FRAUD: FROM TRUST TO BETRAYAL

 

After four decades of investigating and studying business crimes; talking with hundreds of fraudsters and thieves regarding their crimes, the reasons those crimes were committed, and listening to what each perpetrator said their employer could have done to prevent their dishonest acts, Jack Hayes believes it is important that he share this unique knowledge with you. This book reveals where the greatest fraud risks are, explains why the current antifraud methods are not nearly as effective as they should be and, most importantly, it gives you seven easy steps to follow to make any business safe from financial time bombs.

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BASEBALL’S FINEST MOMENTS

 

This isn’t just another book on baseball . . . From the very first chapter to the very end, it is an enjoyable chronicle of what went on in the clubhouse, dugout and on the field during the early ‘50s as seen through the eyes of the visiting team batboy whenever the Washington Senators played at Griffith Stadium. You’ll read about stars like the young and somewhat shy Mickey Mantle, who hit that “tape-measure” home run out of Griffith Stadium on April 17, 1953; about Satchel Paige’s pitching prowess and his on-and-off-field antics; and get a first-hand look at the Ted Williams that few people got to see. And much more!

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BASEBALL’S ARCHIVES
1845-1959

 

Today, major-league baseball is more science than art. But, what was the game like in the beginning? In this book, you’ll read about some of the greatest performers to ever play the game; how it evolved from small ball strategies to swinging for the fences. How such immortals as Ty Cobb, Babe Ruth dazzled the crowds. You’ll get facts about numerous others including Lou Gehrig, Jimmy Foxx, Ted Williams, and superstars of the Negro Leagues. Learn about a few of the game’s most famous plays, most humiliating errors, most stunning home runs, and gather a wealth of information about a variety of behind-the-scenes individuals who were instrumental in growing the game and turning it into America’s greatest pastime.