The only thing Ken Perenyi loved as much as art was swindling the art world. He relished the contest of wits, the risk of getting caught, the thrill of deception, the sense of power that comes with a successful con. But more than anything else, he wanted to see his work get the recognition he always felt it deserved. This week, we speak to the man behind some of the greatest art frauds of the twentieth century.
"What you have to say is worth saying."
The minutes of the Federal Reserve's July policy meeting showed officials were split over whether an interest rate hike was warranted at the September meeting. Art Hogan of Wunderlich Securities said the Fed signaled it's getting ready for a rate hike sometime this year.