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Airbus rivalry may have led Boeing’s 737 Max to a fatal crash

As news of potential mishandling in the development, certification, and pilot training for Boeing’s 737 Max continues to percolate, the possibility that both the crashes of Ethiopian Airlines flight 302 and Lion Air flight 307 could have been avoided looms increasingly large.

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What's the state of compliance in France?

While companies like to view Europe as a single market when it comes to compliance, the reality is that each country still has its own unique challenges and expectations. Ethisphere recently connected with dozens of French compliance leaders to discuss today’s best practices across France.

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BELA Goes to Texas: Our Latest Forum on Corporate Ethics, Culture, Value and Performance

Our latest BELA Executive Ethics and Compliance forum was co-hosted by Dell. We gathered more than a dozen compliance executives from top-performing companies to talk about why culture, training and risk management should be part of an organization’s long-term sustainable business strategies.

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Boeing whistleblowers awarded $4 million in FCA settlement

Image courtesy of BoeingThe Boeing Company agreed Friday to pay $23 million to resolve allegations that it submitted false claims for labor charges on maintenance contracts with the U.S. Air Force for the C-17 Globemaster aircraft, and four current and former Boeing employees will share a whistleblower reward of nearly $4 million from the settlement.

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Robbins Geller sanctioned for relying on know-nothing ‘confidential witness’

Image courtesy of BoeingA plaintiffs law firm that specializes in securities class action litigation was ordered to pay sanctions to Boeing over a lawsuit  the firm pressed even though the crucial witness behind it didn't know anything relevant.

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Ex-Im Bank probes alleged kickbacks

Four officials of the U.S. Export-Import Bank have been removed or suspended during an investigation of alleged improper gifts and kickbacks, according to a report Monday by the Wall Street Journal.

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Job: Director, Ethics International

Job Title: Director, Ethics International

Company: Boeing

Location: Arlington, VA

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New problems for EADS after office raids

German police raided and searched the German offices of EADS Tuesday.

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Ranking the defense industry’s anti-corruption policies and systems

A few weeks ago, Transparency International UK’s (“TI-UK”) International Defence and Security Programme published the 2012 “Defence Companies Anti-Corruption Index.”

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Wal-Mart's Simple Lesson: Learn To Live With The FCPA

There's a reason why you don't see many of the biggest U.S.-based government contractors on the FCPA top ten list (e.g., Lockheed, General Dynamics, Raytheon, Northrup, Boeing, etc.).

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