Trust Digest 135 (April 13, 2016)


Texas Attorney General Faces Federal Securities Fraud Lawsuit 
Attorney General Ken Paxton of Texas, who was indicted last year on state securities fraud charges, faced a new round of legal troubles on Monday after federal regulators accused him of misleading investors in a technology company. 
Key Words: Texas Attorney General, Fraud, Lawsuit, Ken Paxton, Federal District Court 
Trust Issues: Security, Predictability, Integrity, Benevolent Concern   


David Cameron Faces More Questions About His Finances 
U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron faced further questions about his financial affairs on Sunday, including a cash gift from his mother, despite taking the unprecedented step of publishing information about his income tax for the past six years following a week of scrutiny sparked by the Panama leaks. 
Key Words: David Cameron, Cash Gift, Panama Leaks 
Trust Issues: Relative Power, Security, Integrity, Predictability 


Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk to Quit 
Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk said on Sunday he would resign from his post, opening the way for the formation of a new government and the potential for urgently needed reforms to be passed in parliament. 
Key Words: Ukranian Prime Minister, Arseny Yatsenyuk, Resignation 
Trust Issues: Situational Security, Predictability, Integrity 


Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff is freezing his salary after hearing complaints about his $40 million pay 
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff's base salary will remain flat this year after hearing complaints from some investors about his hefty compensation package last year. 
Key Words: Marc Benioff, Salesforce CEO, Salary 
Trust Issues: Benevolent Concern, Integrity, Adjustment, Capability 


Cisco cofounder explains why CEO pay today is nuts 
Sandy Lerner will forever be known in the tech industry for a few things: She cofounded Cisco Systems with her then husband, Leonard Bosack. She and her husband were dramatically ousted after their venture capitalist, Don Valentine of Sequoia Capital, installed his own pick as CEO. 
Key Words: Cisco, CEO salary, Sandy Lerner 
Trust Issues: Relative Power, Security, Adjustment, Capability   


WHO urges China to build trust in vaccines after safety scandal 
This month Chinese media reported that a hospital pharmacologist and her daughter were at the centre of a ring that traded spoiled or expired vaccines. The reports have alarmed Chinese parents already deeply distrustful of the country’s public safety record, with internet chat rooms already full of parents discussing travelling to Hong Kong for their children’s immunizations. 
Key Words: China, WHO, Vaccines, Lance Rodewald 
Trust Issues: Relative Power, Security, Capability, Adjustment  


Small Violations of Medical Privacy Can Hurt Patients And Erode Trust 
Under the federal law called HIPAA, it's illegal for health care providers to share patients' treatment information without their permission. The Office for Civil Rights, the arm of the Department of Health and Human Services responsible for enforcing the law, receives more than 30,000 reports about privacy violations each year. 
Key Words: Medical Privacy, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability 
Trust Issues: Relative Power, Adjustment, Security, Predictability, Integrity  


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