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- Bride busters. // Christian Science Monitor;11/29/96, Vol. 89 Issue 4, p20
Looks at bribery as a topic to be discussed at the International Anti-Corruption Conference, which is scheduled for 1997 in Peru. Reference to the Ban Bribery Now? movement in the United States; Personal experience of Mario Puzo, who was offered money for favors; Speculations as to what makes...
- Italy designer trials delayed by prosecutor. Forden, Sara Gay // WWD: Women's Wear Daily;9/20/1995, Vol. 170 Issue 55, p2
Reports on the expected postponement of the trial of five Italian fashion designers for alleged bribery, which was scheduled for September 20, 1995 in Milan. Prosecution magistrate Piercamillo Davigo's preoccupation with preliminary hearings in other corruption cases; Total number of persons...
- Prosecutors take note: A promise of leniency can be a bribe. Taylor Jr., Stuart // National Journal;7/11/98, Vol. 30 Issue 28, p1606
Asserts that a promise of leniency offered by prosecutors can be treated as a bribe. How the bargaining process with witnesses can affect a trial; United States Supreme Court cases on bribing witnesses; Established safeguard against the issue.
- Pataki: spending his way to reelection? Browne, J. Zamgba // New York Amsterdam News;10/31/2002, Vol. 93 Issue 44, p3
Reports on the allegations of bribing on governor of New York George Pataki to win in general elections of 2002 in the U.S. Estimated amount spent by Pataki for his campaigning; Financial status of the state; Opinions regarding Pataki's unprecedented spending.
- More trade brings graft to light--and to trial. Chaddock, Gail Russell // Christian Science Monitor;1/10/96, Vol. 88 Issue 31, p1
Presents information on bribes, in relation to trade, using corporate payments to foreign officials. Stand taken by United States, and Sweden; Effect of bribes on world business; Comments from Caroline Ervin, an official with the Paris-based Organization for Economic Cooperation and...
- Money talks. Zeman, N.; Howard, L. // Newsweek;3/16/1992, Vol. 119 Issue 11, p6
States that bribery has always been a way of life in Russia. Now that shortages there are more severe than ever, there is a new book which provides tips on whom to pay off and much to offer them. How to bribe top state officals and other less important people.
- Corruption Threat In Chile. // Latin America Financial Alert;12/2/2002, Vol. 6 Issue 12, p3
Talks about the allegations of bribe-taking in Chile. Charges against Patricio Tombolini, former deputy transport secretary; Impact of the allegations against Tombolini; Discussion on the possible benefit of the allegations to the leftist government's legislative drive.
- Bird's-eye view of N.J. shows a corrupt landscape. // njbiz;7/1/2013, p13
The article discusses why the State of New Jersey should correct the perception that bribery is a requirement to do business in the state in view of the Birdsall pay-to-play scandal.
- The supply side of global bribery. Vogl, Frank // Finance & Development;Jun98, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p30
Offers discussion on bribery around the world. Details on what is focused on by the news media and international institutions in bribery cases; Depiction of persons who pay bribes; What is conspired by both parties to corruption practices; Implementation of anti-corrupted practices;...
- Bribery scandal. // U.S. News & World Report;12/1/86, Vol. 101 Issue 22, p6
With a flurry of new indictments, Chicago is finding itself in a neck-and-neck race with NY for the dubious honor of having the biggest bribery scandal. A look at Chicago charges, which are among the most extensive yet in a fed drive against public corruption that last year netted 997...