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The Corporate Investigations List (March 2012)

The companies listed below are known to be the subject of an ongoing and unresolved FCPA-related investigation.

The names are current through March 31, 2012.

Most of the entries are based on disclosures in SEC filings. That means non-issuers (non-public companies) and issuers that have a pending investigation but haven't disclosed it, may not appear.

The volunteer researcher for this post (he deserves our nation's highest civilian award) said: 'Information about Accenture, Furmanite, Smartmatic, and STR Holdings falls into the category of stale data. If readers have an update, perhaps they can let us know.'

Eighty-one companies now appear on the FCPA corporate investigations list. That's up from 78 at the end of 2011, and 74 from a year ago.

They are:

1. 3M

2. ABM Industries Inc

3. Accenture plc

4. Alcoa Inc

5. Allianz SE

6. Allied Defense Group

7. Alstom

8. Analogic Corporation

9. Archer-Daniels Midland Company

10. AstraZeneca plc

11. Avon Products Inc

12. Baker Hughes Incorporated

13. Baxter International Inc.

14. BHP Billiton Ltd

15. Bio-Rad Laboratories Inc

16. Bristol-Myers Squibb

17. Bruker Corporation

18. Cobalt International Energy Inc

19. Covidien plc

20. Deere & Company

21. Diebold Incorporated

22. Delta Tucker Holdings/DynCorp International

23. The Dun & Bradstreet Corporation

24. Eli Lilly

25. Embraer SA

26. Furmanite Corporation

27. GlaxoSmithKline plc

28. The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company

29.  Grifols SA (Talecris Biotherapeutics Holdings Corp)

30. GSI Group Inc

31. WW Grainger Inc

32. Halliburton Company

33. Hercules Offshore Inc

34. Hewlett Packard

35. Huntsman International LLC

36. IDT Corporation

37. Ingersoll-Rand plc

38. Keyuan Petrochemicals, Inc.

39. Koch Industries

40. Koninklijke Philips Electronics NV

41. Kosmos Energy Ltd

42. Kraft Foods Inc

43. Las Vegas Sands Corp

44. Layne Christensen Company

45. LyondellBasell Industries

46. Marathon Oil Corporation

47. Medtronic Inc

48. Merck & Co Inc

49. Morgan Stanley

50. Motorola Solutions Inc

51. MTS Systems Corporation

52. Nabors Industries Ltd

53. News Corporation

54. Oracle Corporation

55. Orthofix International NV

56. Parametric Technology

57. Parker Drilling Company

58. Pfizer Inc

59. Qualcomm Incorporated

60. Raytheon Company

61. RINO International Corporation

62. Schlumberger NV

63. Sciclone Pharmaceuticals Inc

64. Sensata Technologies Holding NV

65. SL Industries, Inc

66. Smartmatic Corporation

67. Smith & Wesson Holding Corporation

68. Sojitz Corp

69. STR Holdings Inc

70. Stryker Corporation

71. Tata Communications Limited

72. The Goldman Sachs Group Inc

73. Total SA

74. Transocean Ltd

75. TE Connectivity Ltd

76. Tyco International Ltd

77. Wal-mart Stores Inc

78. Weatherford International Ltd

79. WS Atkins plc

80. Wynn Resorts Limited

81. Zimmer Holdings Inc

Reader Comments (1)

It would be helpful to know where the incidents of corruption have been reported. The Location of Corruption can lead to into on what the Trafficking Community is doing and where WMD's are likely to be found. This is an very helpful list.
March 14, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterDEBORAH KAYATANI

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