Japanese companies warned against payments to racketeers
- Getting from Salbu to the 'Tipping Point': The Role of Corporate Action Within a Portfolio of.... Dunfee, Thomas W.; Hess, David // Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business;Winter2001, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p471
Examines the role of corporate action within a portfolio of anti-corruption strategies in the United States. Assessment of the efforts of multinational corporations in defining bribery; Influence of the private sector in the evolution of anti-bribery norms; Establishment of anti-bribery culture...
- Beware of international business scams. // Corporate Board;Jul/Aug93, Vol. 14 Issue 81, p28
Reports on the rise of international business frauds committed against American businesses and individuals. Globalization; Worldwide recession; Impact of the Eastern Soviet Bloc; Currency scams; Protection for the American businesses.
- Ethics in business dealings urged by world lenders. Chaddock, Gail Russell // Christian Science Monitor;11/20/96, Vol. 88 Issue 249, p1
Reports on corruption in businesses in 1996. Opposition of anti-corruption measures by institutions like the International Monetary Fund; Arguments that corruption costs to poor nations are too high to sustain; Adoption of resolution to end tax deductibility for bribes; Worldwide campaigns...
- Big travel budget. Danitz, Tiffany // Insight on the News;06/09/97, Vol. 13 Issue 21, p44
Reports on the circumvention of the gift ban and claim a tax deduction by American corporations. Case of Asia Pacific Exchange Foundation's (APEF) sponsorship of the Southeast Asia tour of House Republicans; California oil giant Unocal contributions to APEF; Unocal's Burma pipeline project and...
- Shareholder probing of corporate misdeeds. Reese, Catharine L. // Pensions & Investments;10/27/97, Vol. 25 Issue 22, p13
Focuses on the increase in unchecked corporate fraud. Reason for the increase; What measures investors who has real suspicions of corporate fraud should take; Views on investor inspection rights.
- FOR WHOM THE WHISTLE BLOWS. Dubberly, David E. // South Carolina Business Journal;Feb2003, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p1
Illustrates the extent to which employee allegations have dominated the news in the U.S. Publicity surrounding accounting scandals; Passage of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 which was designed to root out corporate fraud; Provisions of the law.
- Trust Busters. Kalnoskas, Aimee // ECN: Electronic Component News;Aug2002, Vol. 46 Issue 9, p8
Comments on the virtue of trust in the U.S. Sensationalism of corporate scandals by the mass media; Work ethics of U.S. companies; Relationship between the value of trust, value of the company and the value of the stock.
- The thin line between hospitality and bribery. // Management Today;Jun98, p13
Focuses on the association between corporate hospitality and bribery. Legitimacy of linking business and pleasure; Comments from Chris Neal, a former broker; Problems which can result from corporate hospitality.
- Clean hands vs. greased palms. Srodes, James L. // World Trade;Oct96, Vol. 9 Issue 10, p10
Reports that according to a survey of international business executives, the United States is among those countries with the highest levels of business corruption. Which country is ranked as the most honest nation to do business; Most corrupt country.