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Posts Tagged: Whistleblower

Halliburton Opens New Investigation

Oil and gas services giant Halliburton said it has opened a new investigation into payments by operations in Angola and Iraq.

The payments to third-party agents were for customs clearance and visa issues.… Continue Reading

Qualcomm’s New Disclosure

San Diego-based Qualcomm Incorporated updated its FCPA disclosure last week. It first disclosed in January that a whistleblower complaint triggered an investigation.

Qualcomm provides wireless technology and services. Revenues last year were about $15 billion.… Continue Reading

Civil Complaint Against GE Energy Tossed

A federal judge threw out a whistleblower claim by a former country manager for Iraq against GE Energy (USA) who had alleged FCPA violations.

Khaled Asadi, a dual citizen of the United States and Iraq, was based in Amman, Jordan.… Continue Reading

Qualcomm’s Whistleblower Woes

San Diego-based Qualcomm Incorporated said this week it is under investigation by the SEC and DOJ for FCPA compliance.

Qualcomm learned about the DOJ investigation late last month. It said the U.S.… Continue Reading

Say It Ain’t So, Monsignor

A top Vatican official was reassigned to a job he didn’t want after he complained about contracts that might have been tainted by corruption.

Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano, left, the former deputy governor of Vatican City, wrote whistleblowing letters last year to Pope Benedict and other Vatican leaders.… Continue Reading

Former Olympus CEO Turns Whistleblower

The fired British CEO of Tokyo-based Olympus Corporation has turned over evidence of potentially corrupt payments to the U.K.’s Serious Fraud Office.

Michael Woodford, a thirty-year veteran at the company, served as CEO for just six months before being fired a week ago.… Continue Reading