WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A former Morgan Stanley executive pleaded guilty to conspiring to evade internal controls required by a U.S. anti-bribery law, in a case that underlines the fall of a once high-flying dealmaker for the firm in China.
A former Morgan Stanley executive pleaded guilty to conspiring to evade internal controls required by a U.S. anti-bribery law, in a case that underlines the fall of a once high-flying dealmaker for the ...
By Aruna Viswanatha WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two men tied to an illegal online drug marketplace pleaded guilty to drug charges, U.S. prosecutors said on Thursday, a day after the alleged mastermind of the website indicated he would plead not guilty. An administrator of the Silk Road website, Curtis Green, pleaded guilty to conspiring to distribute cocaine, and a vendor, Jacob Theodore George IV, pleaded guilty to conspiring to distribute drugs including heroin, said Rod Rosenstein, the U.S. Attorney for the District of Maryland.
Reuters/Mike SegarA star Wall Street dealmaker just bagged a multi-million dollar payday on the $130 billion merger of Dow Chemical and DuPont.
Michael Klein, who runs Klein & Company, a small boutique advisory firm, is advising Dow Chemical on the deal.
After three years of diligently trying to avoid the inevitable, the embattled board of directors at SNC Lavalin Group Inc. went into full combat mode Thursday when the RCMP charged the Montreal-based multinational in connection with a criminal investigation into its dealings in Libya.
The company promptly dismissed the corruption and bribery charges as “without merit,” insisting it will “vigorously defend itself” against the allegations.
It was a dramatic change in tone for Canada’s largest engineering firm and its more than 40,000 employees worldwide.
By Patrick Temple-West WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An heir to a wealthy New York investment manager's fortune has pleaded guilty to conspiring with family members to hide more than $12 million from the U.S. Internal Revenue Service in Swiss bank accounts, federal prosecutors said on Wednesday. Henry Seggerman, 60, and his five siblings inherited about $24 million from their father, Harry Seggerman, who died in May 2001, according to court documents released by the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York. ...