The trial of Raj Rajaratnam, the co-founder of the now defunct hedge fund management firm, Galleon Group, is scheduled to take place at the US Supreme Court in New York on March 8.
Kraft Foods, the world’s second-largest food company, received a subpoena from the SEC related to the federal watchdog’s investigation into the Illinois-based company’s possible violations of foreign bribery law, according a regulatory filing.
DHB Industries, the supplier of body armor to the US military, was charged today by the SEC for engaging in a ‘massive accounting fraud,’ according to the federal watchdog.
While the conflicts in Iran and Iraq have dominated newspaper headlines in recent years, the US government and its allies have launched a quieter war of growing concern to large corporations doing business overseas: a war against corruption.
Albert ‘Jack’ Stanley, KBR’s former chairman and CEO who once oversaw a $180 million bribery scheme, won’t be sentenced until at least March 30, according to reports.
Court documents accuse a Maxwell subsidiary of paying an agent more than $2.5 million to land contracts between 2002 and 2009.
A former Innospec chief executive has resolved regulator's charges that he authorized the company to pay bribes to officials overseas.
French-based telecommunications equipment company, Alcatel-Lucent has agreed to pay more than $137 million in fines and penalties to resolve a foreign bribery investigation.
DoJ translates FCPA into 14 languages
The SEC has released its rule proposal for whistleblower compensation
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