During October, we published 62 posts on the FCPA Blog.
They came from 26 different authors living in the United States, China, Switzerland, Canada, Brazil, and the UK.
(Since our launch in 2007, we’ve published over 5,000 posts, from about 230 different authors.)
More than 130,000 unique visitors came to the FCPA Blog during October.
They came from 179 countries.
The top countries for the month were the United States, the UK, Canada, Brazil, France, China, Singapore, and India.
Then came Australia, Hong Kong, Germany, Switzerland, Japan, the Netherlands, Mexico, and the United Arab Emirates.
Followed by Spain, Argentina, South Korea, South Africa, Italy, Malaysia, Russia, Norway, and Poland.
The most viewed posts for the month were:
The Corporate Investigations List (October 2015)
How much money do compliance officers make?
Practice note: EU changes data privacy rules for company investigations
Mike Scher on Walmart: We’re talking about the future of the compliance profession
JP Morgan fires trainees for cheating on basic math test
FCPA Enforcement Report for Q3 2015
We finished the month with 19,300 subscribers to our daily digest and email alerts (sign up here).
The FCPA Blog is a team effort. Thank you to our editors, contributors, and anonymous supporters who help constantly with writing, research, story ideas, and corrections.
Thank you to our readers. We can’t pitch if you don’t catch.
And thank you to our sponsors, who continue to make the FCPA Blog possible.
Richard L. Cassin is the publisher and editor of the FCPA Blog. He can be contacted here.
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