by Erin Arvedlund
August 17, 2009 Erin Arvedlund was among the first to report on the many suspicions about financier Bernie Madoff, in 2001. In her book, Too Good To Be True, she reports on how Madoff managed to fool investors, and the SEC, for so long.
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