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Computer Hackers Decipher Secret Info on Mexico’s Bank Scandal

<TAB>Computer hackers hired by an opposition political party have gained access to a list of bad bank loans that cost taxpayers $7.3 billion, adding fuel to one of Mexico’s biggest political scandals.<@SM><@SM><TAB>The ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, which forced a 1995 bank bailout through congress, had tried to keep the list secret, fearing accusations that the loans benefited the rich, according to news reports last week.

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Micros Buys One of its Own DistributorsMicros Systems Inc. of Columbia, a leading provider of information technology for the hospitality industry, on Friday said it bought Frontier Business Technologies Inc. of Buffalo, NY. Frontier Business Technologies Inc. is the second ...

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Census Trouble in Western Maryland

<br /><br />The U.S. Commerce Department has opened an investigation into the Hagerstown district office in the wake of a rash of complaints about poor management.<br /><br />Fernando Armstrong, director of the Census Bureau’s regional office in Philadelphia, confirmed that the Commerce Department’s Office of the Inspector General is looking into the complaints.

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