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Hitachi pays $19 million in FCPA settlement for South Africa bribes 

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Monday charged Tokyo-based conglomerate Hitachi, Ltd. with violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act when it inaccurately recorded improper payments to South Africa’s ruling political party in connection with contracts to build two multi-billion dollar power plants.

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VW Ex-Boss Winterkorn Investigated Over Fraud Allegations

German prosecutors launched an investigation on Monday into fraud allegations against former Volkswagen boss Martin Winterkorn over the carmaker's rigging of diesel emissions tests.

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Sepp Blatter: Swiss attorney general opens criminal investigation

Swiss authorities have opened criminal proceedings against Sepp Blatter in a dramatic escalation of the corruption crisis engulfing football’s ruling body, Fifa.

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Ex-Lighting Manager Charged in $1.8M Fraud Targeting QVC

A man who spent several years as the lighting manager for online and TV shopping network QVC Inc. has been charged with bilking the company for more than $1.8 million.

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Beyond Volkswagen: 8 Companies That Have Behaved Badly

Volkswagen's shocking admission that it rigged emissions tests in its vehicles is just the latest example of companies that have gotten into trouble. Remember Enron, or Tyco?

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Reading Office Furniture £1m tax fraud businessman jailed

A businessman who "shamelessly" deceived his staff and pocketed £1m of their tax payments has been jailed.

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'More resources needed' to tackle NHS fraud

The National Health Service (NHS) in England could be losing up to £5.7bn a year to fraud, according to a detailed review. The review highlighted fraud by pharmacists, dentists, GPs and patients.

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Landfill tax £78m fraud probe arrests across North East

Fourteen people have been arrested by officers investigating a suspected £78m landfill tax fraud.

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