The European Commission issued its first corruption report, including analysis of all 28 member countries.
Agri-business giant Archer Daniels Midlands Co. will pay a $17.8 million criminal penalty and a Ukrainian subsidiary pleaded guilty to conspiracy to violate the FCPA.
The American Petroleum Institute says compiled payments data can serve the interests of transparency while still safeguarding commercially sensitive information.
The arrested businessman is one of three individuals suspected of helping to swing a contract with the Indian Ministry of Defence in favour of helicopter-manufacturer AgustaWestland, a British-based subsidiary of Italian conglomerate Finmeccanica.
For bribery allegations stretching back nearly ten years, the Michigan medical device company will pay disgorgement and a civil penalty.
Israeli diamond magnate Beny Steinmetz says an article that suggested he had attempted to raise a private militia to change the government in Guinea is false.
A Czech court on Tuesday cleared the former American boss of truckmaker Tatra of corruption charges related to offering bribes to win army contracts.
The televised comments came just before the Romanian Parliament voted to appoint a special commission to assess Rosia Montana Gold Corporation’s plans to build a gold mine there.
The circle tightens around Beny Steinmetz, whose company BSG Resources Ltd is suspected of massive bribery in the Republic of Guinea.
Defrauded investors say a Manhattan judge failed to see that the company holding the proceeds from the sale of Viktor Kozeny’s Aspen mansion is merely his alter ego.
The Justice Department, the SEC and Poland’s aggressive Central Anti-Corruption Bureau in Warsaw are examining the actions of a former employee of Hewlett-Packard Polska. An apparently separate German probe joined by the U.S. in 2010 remains ongoing.
Swiss police on Thursday searched the Geneva offices of Onyx Financial Advisors, a company providing management services for BSGR, the mining arm of Israeli billionaire Beny Steinmetz’s business empire, an Onyx spokesman said.
U.S. District Judge Richard J. Sullivan refused a request to delay the start of their depositions until after the criminal statute of limitations in the foreign bribery case has expired.
Five years after uncovering potentially corrupt payments in Russia, the struggling vault, ATM and voting machine maker says it has reached a tentative agreement with U.S. enforcers.
The French oil giant was scrutinized in a broader probe of oil industry dealings in Gadhafi-era Libya.
STEPTOE & JOHNSON LLP's JASON WEINSTEIN ON CYBERSECURITY: As a Deputy Assistant Attorney General, Weinstein oversaw the Criminal Division's Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section. He now advises corporations grappling with the complex legal issues they face from hackers and data breaches.