But what really snared Spitzer was a money laundering investigation that was flagged by suspicious activity reports (SARs) that banks have to file with the Treasury to surface everything from money laundering to terrorist activity.
mbaGeek writes: "Ok, almost nobody actually uses dial-up anymore, but...
from The Wall Street Journal.
Feb. 6, 2008
Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes said the media giant plans to separate AOL's shrinking Internet-access business as part of a broader restructuring. Mr. Bewkes plans companywide cost cuts and is in ongoing discussions to potentially reduce the company's holdings in Time Warner Cable.