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Harry Cassin
Publisher and Editor

Andy Spalding
Senior Editor

Jessica Tillipman
Senior Editor

Bill Steinman
Senior Editor

Richard L. Cassin
Editor at Large

Elizabeth K. Spahn
Editor Emeritus

Cody Worthington
Contributing Editor

Julie DiMauro
Contributing Editor

Thomas Fox
Contributing Editor

Marc Alain Bohn
Contributing Editor

Bill Waite
Contributing Editor

Shruti J. Shah
Contributing Editor

Russell A. Stamets
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Richard Bistrong
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Eric Carlson
Contributing Editor

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Vantage Drilling: ‘Brazil agent in plea deal for alleged Petrobras bribes’

[…] to Vantage and became a company director and major shareholder. Vantage sued Su in 2012, alleging that he used fraud and misrepresentation to induce the company to buy his offshore drilling rigs and vessels. In exchange, Vantage issued 100 million shares of stock to Su’s F3 Capital and granted him three seats on Vantage’s […]

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Scandal Hits The Compliance Monitors

[…] created a scheme by which U.S. Attorneys can extract millions of dollars from wrongdoers and funnel the money to former bosses, friends and political allies. We don’t buy the sinister version for a second, but lots of people will take it as gospel. At this point, we might ask whether we need corporate monitors […]

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China Corruption Blotter (August 31, 2012)

[…] Investment Group Executive Director Wang Liqun. According to Wang, a student running for vice president of the union would need to shell out $7,846 to $12,553 to buy votes. Those vying for the post of president would need to spend up to $47,073. Wang said this last amount is equivalent to what one would […]

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California woman charged with having and using cell phone spyware

[…] September, the DOJ announced the indictment of Hammad Akbar, 31, of Lahore, Pakistan. He’s the CEO of InvoCode Pvt Ltd, “the company that advertises and sells StealthGenie online.” Akbar and his co-conspirators allegedly created the spyware, which could intercept calls and other communications to and from mobile phones, including the iPhone, Android, and Blackberry. […]

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Development Bank Officials Share Insights on Managing Corruption Risks and Investigations

[…] companies for misconduct, like fraud and corruption, in the projects they finance. They also maintain close relationships with prosecutors worldwide, including the U.S. Department of Justice and UK Serious Fraud Office. At a recent event in Washington, DC, senior officials from the World Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) offered key insights into […]

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Kraft Discloses SEC Investigation

[…] for its FCPA settlement. More recently, M&A activity resulted in enforcement actions involving Delta Pine, Aibel, and Latin Node, among others. In 2008, Halliburton’s clumsy attempt to buy British firm Expro through a hostile takeover produced the most intrusive Justice Department FCPA Opinion Procedure Release on record. Limiting successor liability for acquiring companies is […]

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U.S. thinks graft is bad, sometimes

[…] eye, supporting “their” corrupt politicians, or funding programs in such a way that the procurement process itself leads to corruption. . . . The U.S. does not buy real security when it supports corrupt, non-democratic governments – even when it develops a close working relationship with them. Instead, it keeps one hand on the […]

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Mike Scher’s favorite resource: RAND Reports

[…] with one of the RAND reports and have the advantage of knowing how the thinking started and how it changed over the years. The reports are free online or as downloadable ebooks. Titles by year include: Perspectives of CECOs on the Detection and Prevention of Corporate Misdeeds, 2009. (See here.)  Directors as Guardians of […]

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We ask: Who could have saved the hoverboard?

[…] videos showed people falling off the boards. Broken elbows and cracked heads became part of the story, and part of the liability worry for retailers. In the UK, Amazon stopped selling hoverboards. In the U.S., the retailer severely restricted sales and offered a full refund to anyone who bought a hoverboard through its online […]

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Hating on the FCPA won’t make it go away

[…] some companies have the biggest FCPA cases. First, most are from countries that weren’t prosecuting foreign bribery. When BAE landed in the top ten in 2010, the UK Bribery Act didn’t exist, and there was no such thing as UK enforcement. Enforcement in France took a big step forward this week with the SocGen […]

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