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MarketWatch rounded up 10 of its most interesting articles published over the past week.

1. Looking into the minds of crooked executives

Silvia Ascarelli interviews Eugene Soltes, the author of “Why They Do It; Inside the Mind of the White-Collar Criminal.” Soltes, a Harvard Business School professor, spoke with dozens of very well-known executives who had been convicted of criminal activity and noted a “remarkable lack of remorse for their actions.”

2. How Samsung’s fires can help Apple

After Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 smartphones began to explode, the company tried a recall to fix the phones before deciding to halt production.

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