Entries in Wall Street Journal (9)
Some of the biggest U.S. banks are adding risk and compliance professionals as they seek to comply with increasing regulations, particularly in their overseas operations.
Brazil's state-run energy giant Petroleo Brasileiro SA (Petrobras) is close to finishing an investigation into whether some of its officials accepted bribes from SBM Offshore NV, a service-boat supplier based in the Netherlands.
Cisco Systems Inc. is investigating whether some of its activities in Russia, Eastern Europe and Central Asia may have violated the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
The U.K.'s Serious Fraud Office (SFO) obtained an order from a British judge last month forbidding the Wall Street Journal from printing the names of dozens of individuals who are expected to be named as co-conspirators in the SFO’s investigation of the London interbank offer rate (LIBOR).
Chinese police this weekend reportedly detained GlaxoSmithKline managers in Shanghai, Beijing, and Changsha.
'A February report by the European Union alleged that Echelon [a spy satellite system run by the National Security Agency] has been used for economic espionage. . . .
Happy anniversary to Corruption Currents -- The Wall Street Journal’s blog for all things corruption.