Thursday, March 29, 2012

In the News & Around the Blogosphere

Neil Gough, NYTimes, Billionaire Brothers Arrested in Hong Kong Corruption Inquiry

Mike Scarcella, BLT Blog, For Three Businessmen Who Pleaded Guilty In A Foreign Bribery Case, A Reprieve

Michael Braga, Herald Tribune, Flipping trial witness counters prosecution's case (w/ a hat tip to Linda Friedman Ramirez)

Benjamin Weiser, NYTimes, Ex-Councilwoman and Admirer Are Found Guilty in Yonkers Case

AP, SanLuisObispo.com, Ex-baseball pitcher agrees to plea deal

Jonathan Stempel, Reuters, Ex-Goldman director Gupta loses wiretap ruling

DOJ Press Release, Third Medical Device Company Resolves Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Investigation Indiana-Based Biomet Inc. Agrees to Pay $17.2 Million for Bribes in Latin America and China (w/ a hat tip Covington & Burling)

John R. Emshwiller & Gary Fields, WSJ, Prosecutors Are Rarely Punished Over Disclosure

Stuart P. Green, NYTimes - Opinion Pages, When Stealing Isn’t Stealing

Mike Scarcella, BLT Blog, Tab For The Ted Stevens Misconduct Report: $981,842

David Voreacos & Janelle Lawrence, Bloomberg, Health Care Prosecution Losses Mar U.S. Marketing Probe

P.J. Huffstutter, Reuters, SK Foods founder pleads guilty in fraud case

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