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Lying, Cheating and Stealing, Part Two

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Lying, Cheating and Stealing, Part Two

Lying, Cheating and Stealing, Part Two

Lying, Cheating and Stealing, Part Two

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NPR's Susan Stamberg continues a series on contemporary ethics in a talk with Walter Pavlo, a former finance manager at MCI, who recently got out of jail. Pavlo served two years for money laundering, mail fraud, and obstruction of justice. He says in the early, heady days of the telecom industry, he felt "bulletproof."

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