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Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission vice-chairperson Sophia Lepuchirit said serving and former governors will be held accountable if found that their spouses took public funds for personal use.
DAVID Cameron claimed expenses for a mortgage in Oxfordshire and took public cash to cut the wisteria off his chimney.
In addition, Dr Kim was the founder and CEO of Yurie Systems Inc, a provider of data networking access technology, which he took public and ultimately sold to Lucent Technologies in 1998.
Over 5,000 employees left their cars at home and took public transport during the initiative, which resulted in the reduction of 14 tonnes of carbon emissions.
Investcorp, which previously took public luxury brands Gucci and Tiffany & Co, had $11.5 billion in assets under management as at June 30 2012.
Researchers found that children who were driven to school, or who took public transport, had poorer concentration levels than those who took a more active route such as walking or cycling, the Daily Mail reported.
The Environmental Protection Agency took public comment in Dallas on Friday on its new rules for greenhouse gas regulations.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission this Tuesday took public comment on a draft environmental assessment and a draft finding of "no significant impact" for a proposed license renewal for Nuclear Fuel Services, Inc.
Port and city officials and WAG members also took public comments in an effort to revise the plan before it's submitted to the city planning department in September.