Thomas Fox | Contributing Editor
Thomas Fox is a contributing editor of the FCPA Blog.
What will be the final result of the Royal Dutch Shell/ENI imbroglio around a license to explore oil and gas in block OPL 246, offshore Nigeria?
When was the last time you did a third-party program check-up? Not a full review of all your third parties but something you can perform on a quarterly, semi-annual or annual basis with desktop tools available to you or your compliance team.
Barclays CEO Jes StaleyTwo recent stories involving whistleblowers demonstrated the extremes in company responses.
International investigations are the heart and soul of FCPA inquiries. As denoted by its title, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act deals with bribes and offers to foreign officials and those of foreign state owned enterprises.
Sir Bradley WigginsOne really cannot argue with the success of the British cycling program. As noted in an editorial in the Financial Times, in the most recent three Olympics the team has won 38 medals, 22 of which were gold.
Yahoo CEO Marissa MayerTypically when there’s a large corporate legal violation or other incident which damages the reputation of the organization, one of the key factors is the failure of the Board to engage in active oversight. However, when such an event occurs, there are multiple levels of responsibility.
At one time there was nothing more Texan than Blue Bell ice cream. Unfortunately, that was before the company nearly went under from a scandal involving listeria-tainted ice cream which caused the death of multiple consumers back in April 2015.
Earlier this week Richard Bistrong and Marc Hodak, writing for the FCPA Blog, considered how the Wells Fargo incentive system got so out of whack, and how this out-of-whackness contributed to the scandal around fraudulent account openings that has engulfed the bank since last August.