Trend Results : Foreign Corrupt

Blog Post Results (1-20 of 427)


DOJ closes FCPA investigation of drugmaker without filing charges

And it only took 11 years [WSJ] Related: Loretta Lynch: never mind what DOJ’s criminal fraud chief wrote, says Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch, we’ll tighten screws further on FCPA [David Baumann] Tags: Foreign Corrupt Practices...Show More Summary

New York City makes it easy for corrupt people to hide their money in real estate

A recent The New York Times investigation into Manhattan's luxury real estate market exposed how easy it is for corrupt foreign officials and convicted felons to move to the city. The Times's Louise Story and Stephanie Saul found more...Show More Summary

CULTURE OF CORRUPTION: Foreign governments gave millions to Clinton foundation while Clinton was at…

CULTURE OF CORRUPTION: Foreign governments gave millions to Clinton foundation while Clinton was at State Dept. “The Clinton Foundation accepted millions of dollars from seven foreign governments during Hillary Rodham Clinton’s tenure...Show More Summary

Should America help corrupt officials hide wealth?

(February 21, 2015 10:04 PM, by Scott Sumner) The New York Times has a new piece discussing the importance of foreign buyers at the top end of the NYC real estate market: The foreign owners have included government officials and close associates of officials from Russia, Colombia, Malaysia,... (0 COMMENTS)

Why it's virtually impossible for America to help China with its corruption crackdown

China has solicited the help of foreign governments in tracking down and seizing the assets of corrupt Chinese officials, but the extent to which each country can help may be limited by their respective laws. In July 2013, China began...Show More Summary

Federal Prosecutor to Join Paul Weiss Law Firm

Richard Tarlowe, head of the complex frauds and cybercrime unit at the United States attorney’s office in Manhattan, will focus on white collar criminal defense, cybersecurity and foreign corrupt practices cases.

The Interpreter's best of 2014: Abbott and Australian foreign policy, The Adolescent Country, corruption crack-down in China and SSBNs

Throughout the Christmas-New Year break, The Interpreter will be featuring some of its best pieces from 2014. More to come between now and January 12 when The Interpreter will be back for 2015. Is Abbott spreading Australia too thin?,...Show More Summary

Blax News: As President Obama Says: "The Libyan Invasion Was My GREATEST FOREIGN POLICY REGRET".....The Corrupt "Mentholated Black Media Pressgang" Says: "That's OK Mr President. You Are Still Our Greatest Humanitarian. We Are Only Ashamed That We Allo

A recent conversation with a frat brother of mine: "You anger a lot of brothers because THEY DON'T LIKE YOUR POLITICS".ME: "I anger them because I call out their BIGOTRY that is expressed in their POLITICS. I tell them that POLITIC OPPORTUNISM is the greatest THIEF OF 'BLACK CONSCIOUSNESS'. Show More Summary

Why China Is Raiding Foreign Companies At Dawn

China's anti-corruption forces have been aggressively hunting down officials hiding in the West, and it turns out they're also trying to root out supposed corruption at foreign companies doing business in China. Multinational corporations...Show More Summary

FBI beefs up resources against foreign corruption

The FBI is stepping up efforts against international corruption, creating new squads to search for bribery cases that are rooted overseas but reach to the United States. Continue reading ? The post FBI beefs up resources against foreign corruption appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

'Leviathan' takes best foreign film at Palm Springs Film Fest

2 months agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

"Leviathan," a brooding Russian film about one family's struggle to hold on to its land in a corrupt, far-flung village, is the winner of the Best Foreign Language Film of the Year at the Palm Springs International Film Festival.

“Leviathan”: A tragic, ironic masterpiece from Putin’s Russia

Breathtaking Arctic scenery, political corruption, sex and vodka -- "Leviathan" is the year's best foreign film

Companies Paid Record Sums to Settle Bribery Probes in 2014

Companies paid more than ever before to settle Foreign Corrupt Practices Act investigations in 2014, the latest sign that bribery enforcement remains hot after all these years.

Reasons for optimism

I am amazed when I hear talk radio hosts or other provocateurs describe the country in wholly gloomy terms. They talk about a “growing tyranny,” the threat that foreigners will take our jobs, the corruption of the entire political class, the grip of the lying mainstream media. Really? Perhaps they are watching too many dystopic […]

The FCPA in 2014: A Record Fine, But Little Legal Change

U.S. authorities scored a record-breaking fine as they enforced the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act this year, but lawyers said they didn’t see much of the ballyhooed targeting of individuals in bribery cases.

French Co. Alstom Pleads Guilty, Faces Largest FCPA Fine Ever

Several years ago, the Justice Department announced it was cracking down on violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the federal statute that makes it a crime to bribe foreign government officials in order to get business. Last week, the French engineering company Alstom interrupted its Merry Christmas to plead......

Dozens arrested in Israel corruption probe

Members of Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman's party among government officials held over misuse of public funds.

Agreement Between Alstom and the U.S. Department of Justice

Alstom has reached an agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) to resolve the investigation into alleged violations of the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA).

French Firm to Pay Record $772 Million Penalty for Foreign Bribery Scheme

2 months agoNews / Crime : FBI News Blog

In what is being called the largest-ever foreign bribery resolution with the Department of Justice, a French power and transportation company today pleaded guilty to violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and agreed to pay a record $772 million fine.

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC