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Johnson & Johnson Unit to Pay $18 Million to Settle False Claims Act Allegations – Corporate Crime Reporter


Johnson & Johnson Unit to Pay $18 Million to Settle False Claims Act Allegations
Corporate Crime Reporter
California-based medical device manufacturer Acclarent Inc., a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, will pay $18 million to resolve allegations that the company caused health care providers to submit false claims to Medicare and other federal healthcare …

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The trailer for Crackle’s StartUp reveals just how dirty white-collar crime is – A.V. Club



A.V. Club
The trailer for Crackle's StartUp reveals just how dirty whitecollar crime is
A.V. Club
Crackle's next big original series looks like it's gonna be a little bit grittier than Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee. However, this is just a trailer, so you can never know for sure. But even the most uncomfortable moments of Jerry Seinfeld's
New ​StartUp​ Trailer Features Martin Freeman and Adam Brody Engaged iVanity Fair

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Unravelling the implications of the referendum result for corporate crime – Lexology (registration)


Unravelling the implications of the referendum result for corporate crime
Lexology (registration)
Corporate Crime analysis: Jemma Sherwood-Roberts, associate at Corker Binning, looks into the potential impact of Brexit on corporate crime, outlining the upcoming challenges the UK will face and warning of a potential erosion to the human rights of

Financial fraud worth crores ‘uncovered’ in UPSRTC – Business Standard


Financial fraud worth crores 'uncovered' in UPSRTC
Business Standard
With the arrest of a private company employee, accused of manipulating the monthly season ticket (MST) scheme and hiding extra income earned, the Uttar Pradesh Road Transport Corporation (UPSRTC) has claimed to have uncovered an ongoing financial …

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‘Rise in financial fraud a sour point for foreign investors’ – Hindu Business Line



Hindu Business Line
'Rise in financial fraud a sour point for foreign investors'
Hindu Business Line
The increase in financial fraud over the past few years has emerged as a sour point for foreign investors in India, a new paper has said. “This menace could take disastrous proportions in corporate India if not checked by a global standard regulatory …

Rise in financial fraud sore point for foreign investors:Study – Economic Times


Rise in financial fraud sore point for foreign investors:Study
Economic Times
Listing out several challenges, the joint paper expressed concern that financial managers and accountants who understand limitations of an audit and standard auditing procedures are deliberately trying to deceive external auditors and investors by

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Who Pays for White-Collar Crime? – Harvard Business School Working Knowledge


Who Pays for WhiteCollar Crime?
Harvard Business School Working Knowledge
Executive Summary — Punishments of whitecollar crime are systematically related to perpetrator, transaction, and company characteristics. This variation is consistent with executives determining appropriate punishments by an economic analysis of

Nishikawa to Plead Guilty Pay $130 Million – Corporate Crime Reporter


Nishikawa to Plead Guilty Pay $130 Million
Corporate Crime Reporter
Federal officials alleged that Nishikawa conspired to fix the prices and rig bids of automotive body sealing products sold to Honda Motor Company Ltd., Toyota Motor Corporation, Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. (Subaru) and certain of their subsidiaries and

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Scamming, skimming and financial fraud in WNC – Mountain Xpress



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Scamming, skimming and financial fraud in WNC
Mountain Xpress
KNOWING THE RISK: Scam artists are constantly finding new, ingenious ways to exploit security loopholes and gain access to consumers' personal information, from installing “skimmers” (pictured above) on unmanned points of transaction to hacking into …

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Enbridge to Pay $177 Million to Settle Oil Spill Charges – Corporate Crime Reporter


Enbridge to Pay $177 Million to Settle Oil Spill Charges
Corporate Crime Reporter
Corporate Crime Reporter In Print 48 Weeks A Year. Enbridge to Pay $177 Million to Settle Oil Spill Charges. By Editor Filed in News July 20th, 2016 @ 11:51 am. Enbridge will pay $177 million to settle charges stemming from its 2010 oil spills in

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