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Entries in Russia (229)

Wednesday
Dec142016

Navalny announces run for Russia president in 2018

Russia's most important anti-corruption activist said he'll run for the country's presidency in 2018.

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Tuesday
Nov222016

The one thing President Trump needs to know about the FCPA 

Since the FCPA Blog started tracking the ten biggest FCPA enforcement actions more than six years ago, most companies appearing on the list have been from outside the United States.

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Thursday
Nov172016

Teva Pharma reserves $520 million for FCPA settlement

Israel's Teva Pharmaceutical said in a securities filing Tuesday it has reserved $520 million for an FCPA settlement.

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Wednesday
Nov162016

Russian Economy Minister arrested for allegedly ‘extorting’ oil company bribe

Russian Economy Minister Alexei Ulyukayev has been charged with soliciting a multi-million dollar bribe from oil giant Rosneft. 

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Wednesday
Oct192016

Lennox International discloses alleged $425 (no zeroes) Russia bribe

Texas-based Lennox International Inc. said in a securities filing Monday that it self reported to the SEC and DOJ an alleged payment of $475 to a Russian customs broker or official.

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Friday
Sep232016

CFTC fines Russia bank $5 million for $36 billion of phony ruble-dollar trades

The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission fined a Russia bank $6 million Monday for executing "fictitious and noncompetitive" Russian Ruble - U.S. dollar futures contracts on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.

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Monday
Sep122016

Police find $122 million at home of Russia anti-graft Czar

Police found a bag in the home of Russia's anti-corruption chief holding over $122 million in cash that might have come from a closed bank, Russian media reported this weekend.

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Friday
Sep092016

Cisco investigation ends with DOJ, SEC declinations

Networking giant Cisco Systems Inc. said in its annual report Thursday that following an investigation into operations in Russia and some CIS countries, the DOJ and SEC won't bring FCPA enforcement actions.

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Wednesday
Sep072016

Report: VimpelCom Russia chief, other execs named in bribe probe

Mikhail Slobodin (Image courtesy of VimpelCom)There's news this morning about a rare Russian investigation into at least three high-profile executives accused of bribery.

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Wednesday
Aug312016

AstraZeneca pays $5.5 million to resolve China, Russia FCPA offenses

The Securities and Exchange Commission Tuesday charged U.K.-based pharma AstraZeneca PLC with violating the books and records and internal controls provisions of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act when wholly-owned subsidiaries in China and Russia made illegal payments to boost drug sales.

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Tuesday
Aug162016

Andy Spalding: Why doping scandals are good for the Olympics

Track and field was once the pre-eminent Summer Olympics event. I suspect most readers can name many more track and field stars from history -- Jim Thorpe, Eric Liddell, Jesse Owens, Bruce (now Caitlyn) Jenner, Carl Lewis, Jackie Joyner Kersee, Florence Griffith-Joyner, and so on -- than they could from any other event.

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Monday
Jul112016

California engineer arrested for trying to sell satellite technology to Russians

A Culver City, California man was arrested Thursday on federal charges of economic espionage and violating the Arms Export Control Act for trying to sell sensitive satellite information to a person he thought was a Russian spy.

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