Mon 12th March 2012, 7:54pm
QUOTE(Ottava @ Mon 12th March 2012, 7:45pm)
QUOTE(the fieryangel @ Mon 12th March 2012, 3:40pm)
Journalism is over. Here's the article
...They didn't even bother to fix the formatting....
Once again, how is Wikipedia helping children? By teaching them that stealing is the way to go?
It's not so much the issue of not respecting the license as it is that this type of content can be used in a publication such as BI without even fixing the formatting. This is just so bogus.
QUOTE(thekohser @ Mon 12th March 2012, 8:52pm)
Henry Blodget -- "author" of the piece, and owner of the publication.
"In 2003, he was charged with civil securities fraud by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. He agreed to a permanent ban from the securities industry and paid a $2 million fine plus a $2 million disgorgement."
A leopard doesn't change his spots.
That's pretty funny, actually....I suppose that Moulton would have had quite a bit to say about this one!