Las Vegas Sands Corp. said Friday that an internal investigation by its Audit Committee found 'likely violations of the books and records and internal controls provisions of the FCPA.' But after improvements, the company's internal controls now have no 'material weakness.'
Entries in Corporate Investigations List (55)
Commodities giant Archer Daniels-Midland Company said this week it has reserved $25 million for a potential FCPA settlement with the DOJ and SEC.
MTS Systems Corporation said it has investigated possible violations of the FCPA and in January 'presented the results of its investigation and its corrective actions to representatives of the Department of Justice and the SEC.'
Florida-based Harris Corporation said this week it has received a 'formal order of investigation' from the SEC relating to the operations of its Carefx subsidiary in China.
The companies listed below are known to be the subject of an ongoing and unresolved FCPA-related investigation.
Wal-Mart said in its annual report filed with the SEC Tuesday that because of uncertain outcomes of U.S. and foreign government bribery investigations and civil suits filed by shareholders, it 'can provide no assurance that these matters will not be material' to its business in the future.
The Wall Street Journal, owned by Rupert Murdoch's News Corp., said it investigated allegations of bribery in China by its employees.
The world's third largest commercial aircraft manufacturer said its FCPA investigation has expanded to two more countries.
Gaming giant Las Vegas Sands said in an SEC filing last week that an internal investigation found possible FCPA violations.