Question Authority coverage of Schering-Plough/Vytorin scandal sparks U.S. Attorney interest.
How do we know this? Well, not only have we recevied a lot of interesting stats over the last few months, but now the eminent blog Shearlings got Plowed has analyzed their readership and been able to pinpoint that the reader was . . . Assistant U.S. Attorney Robert Kirsch, of the Securities and Health Care Fraud Unit of the U.S. Attorney's Office, United States Department of Justice, District of New Jersey, 970 Broad Street, Seventh Floor, Newark, New Jersey.
Pretty cool, and you simply have to read that story!
What most readers may not have realized is that according to the data from Shearlings got Plowed, more specifially the navigation path of Robert Kirsch, he started out his search on . . . Question Authority:
Date Time Web Page
24th April 2008 05:16:37 PM peterrost.blogspot.com/
24th April 2008 05:19:01 PM shearlingsplowed.blogspot.com/
24th April 2008 05:19:06 PM shearlingsplowed.blogspot.com/2008/04/case-for-scrutinizing-analyst-opinions.html
24th April 2008 05:20:32 PM shearlingsplowed.blogspot.com/2008/04/to-more-clearly-explain-sen-grassleys.html
There's a ton more, but you get the idea.
And of, course, Ed has the full story about Schering-Plough's recent filing showing the government's interest in what may be hiding over at Kenilworth.