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Crime at the U.S.-Mexico border goes corporate – San Jose Mercury News


Crime at the U.S.-Mexico border goes corporate
San Jose Mercury News
When prosecutors asked Cardenas to walk jurors through a decade of moves in the cartel's command and control structure, he turned to a giant organizational chart that would be recognizable to anyone in the corporate world except for spaces at the

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Cash-Based Economy Reason for Fraud, Terrorism in the Country – AllAfrica.com



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Cash-Based Economy Reason for Fraud, Terrorism in the Country
AllAfrica.com
Abuja — The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on Sunday in Abuja, blamed the nation's vulnerability to fraud, terrorism and crime on its operation of a cash-based economy. Speaking in an interview with Secretary to the commission, Mr.
Non-Inclusion Of `Fraud' In Nigeria's Money Laundering Act, Not Deliberate Leadership Newspapers

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SFO gets tougher over Bribery Act – Telegraph.co.uk



Telegraph.co.uk
SFO gets tougher over Bribery Act
Telegraph.co.uk
The white collar crime agency is reappraising its approach to dealing with corporate hospitality, facilitation payments and self-reporting under anti-bribery powers it was granted last year. Companies were reassured the SFO would not pursue them for

Crime at the US-Mexico border goes corporate – Huffington Post


Crime at the US-Mexico border goes corporate
Huffington Post
BROWNSVILLE, Texas — When a regional manager for the Mexican Gulf cartel moved his operation to a more lucrative territory on the border, he took along not only his armored trucks and personal army, but also his department heads and a team of

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Former Digi chief financial officer charged with securities fraud – Minneapolis Star Tribune


Former Digi chief financial officer charged with securities fraud
Minneapolis Star Tribune
The former chief financial officer of Digi International Inc., Subramanian Krishnan, was charged Friday with securities fraud by the Securities and Exchange Commission for his role in approving unauthorized and questionable expense reports for Digi

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Summit to tackle white-collar crime – NewsDay


Summit to tackle whitecollar crime
NewsDay
The second WhiteCollar Crime Summit for Africa set for next month, will equip delegates with cutting-edge training and networking resources to effectively tackle growing levels of whitecollar crime, it has been learnt. The summit is set for October

Lawrence Wilkerson on the Military Industrial Congressional Complex – Corporate Crime Reporter


Lawrence Wilkerson on the Military Industrial Congressional Complex
Corporate Crime Reporter
“The military industrial Congressional complex is a pillar of the national security state,” Wilkerson told Corporate Crime Reporter in an interview last week. “Without it, you couldn't have the state. When Lockheed Martin, the number one military

Bank Of America To Pay Largest Ever Securities Fraud Class Action Settlement – Hartford Courant



The Guardian
Bank Of America To Pay Largest Ever Securities Fraud Class Action Settlement
Hartford Courant
of the largest-ever settlements of a securities fraud class action. The accord is by far the biggest settlement of an investor class action arising from the 2008 financial crisis. Bank of America denied allegations it misled shareholders ahead of
Dealpolitik: BofA Settlement Reveals Further Weaknesses of Class Action SystemWall Street Journal (blog)
REFILE-UPDATE 3-BofA to pay $2.43 bln to settle shareholder lawsuitReuters
BofA to pay $2.43 bln to settle shareholder lawsuitFirstpost

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Country claims Orwellian measures are necessary to fight "white collar crime" – DailyTech


Country claims Orwellian measures are necessary to fight "white collar crime"
DailyTech
ASIC officials claim that handing ubiquitous spy powers to government regulators will help the ASIC fight "white collar crime". But collecting the information may actually create criminal opportunity, as Telstra points out. And industry officials

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Feds Nab Corporate Bid Rigger In Tax Lien Auctions – Forbes



Forbes
Feds Nab Corporate Bid Rigger In Tax Lien Auctions
Forbes
Crusader faces a maximum penalty under the Sherman Act of a $100 million corporate criminal fine, which may be increased to twice the gain derived from the crime or twice the loss suffered by the victims if either alternative is greater than $100 million.

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