Displaying items by tag: Corruption

Ericsson staff were told in 2019 to hand over the full report on dealings in Iraq to the US Department of Justice, the chief executive of the company claims.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Painting India in bright hues appears to be an Australian obsession these days; there is good reason to do so, since Australia would ideally like the subcontinental giant to act as a bulwark against China.

Published in Open Sauce

Australia and New Zealand face a potential spike in bribery and corruption across the Asia Pacific region in the wake of COVID-19, according to a new report by one global professional services firm.

Published in Market

The US Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission have launched an investigation into Microsoft over possible bribery and corruption in connection with software sales in Hungary.

Published in Technology Regulation
Friday, 25 August 2017 16:47

Samsung heir sentenced to five years in prison

Samsung heir Lee Jae-yong has been sentenced to five years in prison for bribery, embezzlement and other charges.

Published in Deals

ANALYSIS Samsung has two important dates this week which will bring either joy or sorrow to the company. The Galaxy Note 8 is slated for launch in New York on Wednesday, a device that the company hopes will erase the memories of the Note7 which turned into a fiasco last year.

Published in Mobility

A former Romanian minister and three others, who were jailed in March for embezzling the discount offered by Microsoft for software provided to schools, have had their appeals dismissed and their fines and jail terms increased.

Published in Business Software
Domain name broker SnapNames.com has always had its measure of detractors complaining the company permitted dubious practices. One grievance is now proven true with SnapNames admitting a staff member was bidding on domain name auctions, winning some for personal gain and inflating the price of others.

Published in The Linux Distillery
Just months after being named Public Sector CIO of the year, RailCorp Chief Information Officer Vicki Coleman has been escorted from her office by security after allegations have been made about her to the Independent Commission Against Corruption.

Published in Security




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