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Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (1977)
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DealBook: The High Price of Internal Inquiries
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Wal-Mart Discloses Internal Investigation
F.B.I. Bribery Case Falls Apart and Raises Questions
DealBook: The Mounting Costs of Internal Investigations
Corporate Bribery War Has Hits and a Few Misses
At Wal-Mart in Mexico, a Bribe Inquiry Silenced
Deal Professor: Weighing the Legal Ramifications of the Wal-Mart Bribery Case
Wal-Mart Stock Falls Nearly 5% After Report of Quashed Bribery Inquiry
Wal-Mart Says It Is Tightening Internal Controls
S.E.C. Asks if Hollywood Paid Bribes in China
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DealBook: Taking Aim at the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
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No End in Sight to Inquiry Into Murdoch’s Media Empire
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