It’s funny, but I have a lot of conversations about all the travel I, and my fellow investment professionals, do in the course of our daily lives. For some reason, telling people that you “have” to go to New York, Los Angeles, Hong Kong, London, Paris, Monaco or some other “sexeh” locale puts all sorts of weird ideas into people’s heads. It’s like they think business travel turns you into P-Diddy or something

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This week, the Securities and Exchange Commission set its sights on Rochester, Minnesota resident Jim Louks, slapping him with fraud charges and an emergency order to stop soliciting funds for his technology services company FiberPoP Solutions Inc. FiberPop was founded in 2003 to build and run fiber optic cable networks and data centers. Nearly thirteen years later it has no employees, no operations, and not a single fiber optic cable to speak of

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