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On the Road, On My Bike

I’m not thinking about compliance today. When this story gets posted I’ll be somewhere on the road between Hillsdale, New York and Sturbridge, Massachusetts. I’m with a dozen members of my Pan-Mass Challenge team and a few dozen other hearty souls who have added on a pre-ride we call Day Zero. The first official day […]

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Compliance Bricks and Mortar for August 4

It’s early round up this week. I’m taking Friday off to ride additional day before the Pan-Mass Challenge. In the meantime, these are some of the compliance-related stories that recently caught my attention. People, please stop making these two insider trading-related mistakes! by Bruce Carton in Compliance Week There are two insider trading-related “mistakes” that I have […]

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Saying Goodbye To An Old Friend

The world got a little less interesting now that this big, bold, brash guy has left it. I have not posted in Compliance Building while I’ve been trying to deal with this loss. My best friend, Jeff Levine, was diagnosed with cancer just before Thanksgiving. He lost his battle against the disease last week. Jeff […]

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Weekend Riding: Midnight Boston Marathon Bike Ride

While marathon runners were sleeping in anticipation of the race on Patriots Day, I joined hundreds of cyclists to bike the 26.2 miles in the middle of the night. The Midnight Marathon Bike Ride was back for its seventh year in a row. Short of actually running, I thought it was a great way to […]

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Weekend Riding – Facing the Cold

That’s me, bundled up for my first bike ride of 2015 on Saturday. I was going to ride first thing in the morning, but shied away when I saw a 9 degree reading on the thermometer. I waited for the balmy afternoon temperature of 22 degrees before enduring a 15 mile ride. Why ride? I’m […]

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