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Psychiatrist discusses fraud in a family-owned business

SYRACUSE — Fraud is a human being stealing from a business, defrauding the organization in some way. Fraud is not a computer program or an accounting function.   That’s the view of David E. (Daven) Morrison, III, M.D., an organizational psychiatrist who has spent his career working with senior executives. [Daven is a combination of […]

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SYRACUSE — Fraud is a human being stealing from a business, defrauding the organization in some way. Fraud is not a computer program or an accounting function.   That’s the view of David E. (Daven) Morrison, III, M.D., an organizational psychiatrist who has spent his career working with senior executives. [Daven is a combination of […]

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