The IKF (International Kumquat Federation) is being persuaded by Aroldis Reynie Shapiro, a federal agent and committee member, to investigate insider trading by Philipé Switzensten. Switzensten was a former Chairman of the Board and Vice President of International Trading for Surpassa Fika. Shapiro has only gotten only roughly 5 percent of the committee to approve.
In other news, reports say Police were forced to shut down Treey last Friday due to customer fights in a long line after work hours. Treey declined to comment. Also Kilamanjaro-Dormington board members got into a fight that involved chair throwing. The board is over-populated by Dormington members.
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