bribery and kickbacks

American Pleads Guilty in FIFA Case for His Role in Bribes Worth Millions

American Pleads Guilty in FIFA Case for His Role in Bribes Worth Millions

Aaron Davidson, center, before pleading guilty to racketeering conspiracy and wire-fraud conspiracy charges in federal court in Brooklyn.
Barred From U.N. Work, Russian Contractors Are Back, Airdropping Aid in Syria

Barred From U.N. Work, Russian Contractors Are Back, Airdropping Aid in Syria

A street in Deir al-Zour, a government-controlled town in Syria, in 2013. Since April, an Abakan Air plane has been parachuting food into Deir al-Zour, the only besieged Syrian town that gets such
China Rules: Drug Giant Faced a Reckoning as China Took Aim at Bribery

China Rules: Drug Giant Faced a Reckoning as China Took Aim at Bribery

Peter Humphrey in Redhill, England. He was arrested in China while working as a corporate investigator for GlaxoSmithKline.
Venezuelan Soccer Official Pleads Guilty; Promises to Repay Millions in FIFA Case

Venezuelan Soccer Official Pleads Guilty; Promises to Repay Millions in FIFA Case

Rafael Esquivel, the former president of Venezuela’s soccer federation, left federal court in Brooklyn in March.
In a Late-Night Move, Russia Arrests a Top Economic Official in a Bribery Case

In a Late-Night Move, Russia Arrests a Top Economic Official in a Bribery Case

The economy minister of Russia, Alexei Ulyukayev, in Moscow on Nov. 1. He is the highest-level official arrested in Russia since a failed coup in 1991.
In a Late-Night Move, Russia Arrests a Top Economic Official in a Bribery Case

In a Late-Night Move, Russia Arrests a Top Economic Official in a Bribery Case

The economy minister of Russia, Alexei Ulyukayev, in Moscow on Nov. 1. He is the highest-level official arrested in Russia since a failed coup in 1991.
Op-Ed Contributor: Why Ukraine Is Losing the War on Corruption

Op-Ed Contributor: Why Ukraine Is Losing the War on Corruption

The former Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili at a news conference in Kiev this month.
Sérgio Cabral, Ex-Governor of Rio de Janeiro, Arrested on Corruption Charges

Sérgio Cabral, Ex-Governor of Rio de Janeiro, Arrested on Corruption Charges

Sérgio Cabral, center, in Rio de Janeiro in 2014, when he was the state’s governor, and former President Dilma Rousseff, right.
Former Valeant and Philidor Executives Charged in Kickback Scheme

Former Valeant and Philidor Executives Charged in Kickback Scheme

Federal prosecutors outlined on Thursday the kickback scheme that they say involved the former Valeant executive Gary Tanner Philidor’s former chief, Andrew Davenport.
The Saturday Profile: Opera Maestro Ensnared in Brazilian Graft Scandal Lashes Out at Accusers

The Saturday Profile: Opera Maestro Ensnared in Brazilian Graft Scandal Lashes Out at Accusers

The Brazilian conductor and artistic director John Neschling, left, with two of his advisers in São Paulo. He says lawbreakers are smearing him to get leniency through plea deals.
Claims Against South Korean President: Extortion, Abuse of Power and Bribery

Claims Against South Korean President: Extortion, Abuse of Power and Bribery

A protest in Seoul, South Korea, on Saturday calling for President Park Geun-hye to step down.

Former Insys Officials Charged in Scheme to Push Its Painkiller

According to the indictment, the employees, including the C.E.O., offered bribes to doctors to get them to prescribe more of the company’s product, Subsys.

Former Insys Officials Charged in Scheme to Push Its Painkiller

According to the indictment, the employees, including the C.E.O., offered bribes to doctors to get them to prescribe more of the company’s product, Subsys.

Former Insys Officials Charged in Scheme to Push Its Painkiller

According to the indictment, the employees, including the C.E.O., offered bribes to doctors to get them to prescribe more of the company’s product, Subsys.
The Interpreter: How ‘Islands of Honesty’ Can Crush a System of Corruption

The Interpreter: How ‘Islands of Honesty’ Can Crush a System of Corruption

Former President Dilma Rousseff of Brazil, right, and former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner of Argentina at a meeting in São Paulo, Brazil, on Friday.
Sports Briefing: Argentine Firm to Pay $112 Million in FIFA Scandal

Sports Briefing: Argentine Firm to Pay $112 Million in FIFA Scandal

Murtaza Ahmadi, an Afghan boy, stood with Barcelona players before an exhibition against the Saudi Arabian club Al-Ahli in Doha, Qatar.
2 Brazilian Companies Are Said to Be Settling Bribery Case

2 Brazilian Companies Are Said to Be Settling Bribery Case

A Braskem S.A. petrochemical plant in Brazil in 2015. Braskem and Odebrecht could pay a total of $3 billion in a settlement.
2 Brazilian Companies Are Said to Be Settling Bribery Case

2 Brazilian Companies Are Said to Be Settling Bribery Case

A Braskem S.A. petrochemical plant in Brazil in 2015. Braskem and Odebrecht could pay a total of $3 billion in a settlement.

Official Took Bribes to Steer Pension Funds to Brokers, U.S. Says

Cocaine and trips were among lures accepted by a portfolio manager of a New York State employee retirement portfolio, an indictment of the three says.
Secret Unit Helped Brazilian Company Bribe Government Officials

Secret Unit Helped Brazilian Company Bribe Government Officials

The Braskem chemical plant in Camacari, Brazil. Braskem and Odebrecht, a construction giant, pleaded guilty to paying hundreds of millions of dollars in bribes.
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