CarmakerDaimler AG and subsidiary Mercedes-Benz USA LLC agreed on Monday to pay US$1.5 billion to the United States to resolve accusations that they were manipulation engines to cheat on emission tests.
U.S. prosecutors have charged a Russian national with wire fraud, accusing him of aiding and abetting political and electoral interference operations conducted by a Russian disinformation group that keeps targeting U.S. citizens.
Prosecutors in the United States have indicted three people on charges of bank fraud and money laundering related to an alleged conspiracy to violate sanctions against North Korea.
A Hawaii businesswoman pleaded guilty on Monday for her role in an “unregistered lobbying campaign” that attempted to influence the U.S. government on behalf of foreign interests. Her testimony may contribute to the future prosecution of other individuals with close connections to the current administration.
A Puerto Rican court has indicted a member of the commonwealth’s parliament for allegedly inflating employees' paychecks as part of a discrete, multi-year kickback scheme.
The United States transferred US$ 311.8 million to the government of Nigeria, the Department of Justice confirmed on Monday, as part of a previous agreement to repatriate assets that traced back to the kleptocratic regime of former dictator Sani Abacha.
Israel’s largest bank agreed to pay nearly a billion dollars after pleading guilty on Thursday for conspiring with US taxpayers to hide their money offshore, and for participating in FIFA’s international bribery conspiracy.
US prosecutors say that a former Venezuelan attorney general is implicated in the laundering of bribes contractors paid to the state-owned oil company PDVSA through banks in Florida, according to Miami Herald.
The United States Department of Justice issued injunctions on Friday barring two telecom carriers from facilitating robocalls that led to people paying millions to fraudsters for solving made-up legal predicaments.
A London court will suspend the corruption trial of three former energy industry executives for at least two weeks amid attempts to quell the spread of coronavirus in the country.
The Pennsylvania-based pharmaceutical company Mylan N.V. agreed to pay US$30 million to settle accusations of overcharging Medicaid for its allergy treatment product, the Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC, announced on Friday.
Microsoft says it will pay US$26 million to settle federal corruption charges involving bribery in Hungary and a few other countries, the company’s management said on Tuesday.
A senior leader of the Aryan Circle, a violent white supremacist prison gang with roots in the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas, was sentenced to 13 years in prison for protecting the murderer of a fellow AC member, the Justice Department announced Tuesday.
US authorities arrested last Thursday more than 20 suspected members of the notorious Mara Salvatrucha gang, better known as MS-13, for assault, racketeering and drug dealing. The Department of Justice also unsealed two indictments against more gang members, charging them with kidnapping, murder and racketeering.
A federal court in Brooklyn sentenced on Wednesday a former Paraguayan soccer official to nine years in prison for racketeering and corruption offenses that were part of the FIFA corruption scheme.
Swiss mining conglomerate Glencore PLC issued a statement on Wednesday, saying it will cooperate with a U.S. corruption investigation into the firm’s activities in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Venezuela, and Nigeria.
The US Justice Department Monday ordered Glencore, a Switzerland-based mining giant, to hand over documents relating to alleged money laundering and corruption. Following the announcement, shares in the firm hit a one-year low.
Authorities in five countries arrested 74 suspects in an operation aimed at disrupting email fraud schemes that intercept and hijack wire transfers from businesses and individuals, the FBI announced Monday.
US law enforcement is intensifying a criminal investigation into a multi-billion dollar alleged fraud at Malaysian sovereign wealth fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MBD), Bloomberg reported Thursday.
United States investigators have uncovered a money laundering operation run by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) that transferred funds to an alleged ISIS supporter in the US using fake eBay transactions, The Wall Street Journal reported.
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