Aircraft manufacturer Embraer admitted responsibility for multiple FCPA violations in four foreign countries from 2007 to 2011.
A study finds companies involved in financial misconduct deter whistleblowing by granting options to rank-and-file employees.
The hospital chain allegedly obtained $145 million in Medicaid and Medicare funds by paying an operator of prenatal clinics for referrals.
The hedge fund allegedly "positioned itself to profit" from endemic corruption in Africa by bribing government officials.
The SEC says EY didn't do enough to prevent two former auditors from getting "too close" to finance executives at companies they were inspecting.
One cause of the alleged improprieties of Wells Fargo’s incentive programs may have been clogged communications.
But are they doing so just because the dollar amounts involved are not material? Research suggests another, less-wholesome motivation.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says its proposal would "drastically overhaul the debt collection market."
A Chinese subsidiary of Johnson Controls bribed employees of government-owned shipyards, says the SEC.
The automaker did not mention the crash involving its autopilot technology in its prospectus for a stock offering.