An Italian court Thursday sentenced the former head of Finmeccanica, Giuseppe Orsi, to two years in prison for false bookkeeping. But he was acquitted of international corruption related to a $712 million deal to sell 12 helicopters to India in 2010.… Continue Reading
Former Finmeccanica CEO Giuseppe Orsi is on trial in an Italian court for offering bribes to officials in India to win a $700 million helicopter contract.
During a summation last week, his lawyer, Ennio Amodio, said Orsi was innocent of all charges and that no bribes were offered.… Continue Reading
The former chairman and CEO of Italian defense giant Finmeccanica went on trial Wednesday in Italy.
Giuseppe Orsi is charged with fraud and corruption. Prosecutors say he bribed Indian officials to win a 2010 contract to produce a dozen helicopters for use by India’s political leaders.… Continue Reading