Chad's former ambassador to Canada who was named in the Griffiths Energy bribery case has been fired from his current diplomatic post in South Africa.
Luxury resort operator Sandals will pay $12 million to the government of the Turks and Caicos to resolve an investigation into bribery and money laundering.
Over the past 12 months, the FCPA Blog has received a million page views. And if January's numbers are any indication, we're poised for even more traffic in 2013.
Recent Chinese media reports put numbers to the Communist Party’s heavy presence in the mainland’s internet sector. These statistics, viewed against the backdrop of recent corruption scandals in this industry, spell significant FCPA risk for multinational companies.
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Police have arrested an owner of the Kiss nightclub in Brazil and two band members in connection with the fire Sunday that killed 230 people, most of them students from a local university.
According to news portal Caixin Net, 16 officials who lost their jobs after being blamed for high-profile corruption scandals have popped up again in different government positions.
An affidavit prepared by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police alleges that a former SNC-Lavalin executive arranged more than $160 million in bribes to the son of former Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi in exchange for engineering contracts.