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Lawyers For College Admissions Scam Parents Claim Payments Weren't Bribes
Nearly 20 parents have pleaded not guilty, including “Full House” actress Lori Loughlin and fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli.
Actor Lori Loughlin’s Kids Take On Fame
Actor Lori Loughlin’s daughters are facing expulsion from the University of Southern California. They are under fire for their past comments on fame and education.
Alex Jones’ Lawyer Violated Legal Ethics By Soliciting Porn Bribes. Just How Dirty Is Marc Randazza?
America’s foremost attorney for far-right extremists wanted “a little gravy,” then lied to cover it up. That’s just part of his twisted journey through a lax legal system.
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Big Banks Aided Firm At Center Of International Bribery Scandal
Unaoil relied on both banks as it cut deals with corrupt regimes.
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How U.S. Sidelines Some of the Corrupt in the Former Soviet Union
Human rights activist based in Armenia, Columnist with the Kyi...
U.S. law allows American prosecutors to seek prison terms or big fines against those from other countries who violate American
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Grandparents Are Apparently Bribing Their Kids Over Baby Names
Picking a baby's name is a gargantuan task -- bigger than decorating a nursery or buying the perfect stroller. But it's even
Let's Crowdsource to Expose Government Bribe Takers!
VP Marketing at Converus, makers of EyeDetect, innovative solu...
Over $1 trillion per year is lost to corrupt politicians and others. That amount of corruption affects us all. Why don't we crowdsource to publish the names of government bribe takers? It won't cost taxpayers.
Who'll Come First, Internet Jesus or Cyber Adolf?
Former President and Chief Operating Officer of Monster Worldwide
Conditions are rife for a global revolution, with channels to drive one ever strengthening. All that's missing is a charismatic leader to pull the strings. History imparts that person will arrive. Pray for goodness because it could be evil.
I Bribe My Kids and You Know You Do Too
Ann Marie Gardinier Halstead
is a professor, speaker, bullying prevention advocate, & award...
Don't parents "bribe" their kids all the time? "
If you eat your vegetables, you can have ice cream for dessert." "If you do your homework without complaining, you can play Wii."
This system of good-behavior-equals-reward starts at a very young age.
Relational Leadership: Where Relationships Lead and Capital Follows
Robert E. Hall
Recovering CEO, consultant and relationship speaker; latest bo...
We have transient customers, served by transient employees, working for transient leaders, owned by transient shareholders. Disengagement is overpowering today's leaders.
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On the Rocks With the Firewalkers of Fiji
Travel Editor, WatchBoom.com
During the shows an announcer explains that the walkers are Sawau tribesmen from Beqa, and that their skill is handed down from generation to generation. How all this came about, he says, is told in an ancient legend.
World's Strictest Airport Security? Forget Tel Aviv. Think Kashmir.
Washington Post contributor, children's book author
I believe this boast. I only wish I could learn from the drill. Like almost anyone who flies these days, I'm easy. I'll do
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Global Corruption Report 2013: World's Biggest Countries For Bribes, According To Transparency International
Denmark, Finland, Japan, and Australia were tied for the least bribe-ridden country, with only 1 percent of respondents in
Immigration Officer Charged With Taking Egg Rolls As Bribes
An immigration officer has been indicted on charges that she took cash and egg rolls as bribes from immigrants seeking citizenship
A Gentleman's Game?
Periodic Contributor and Blogger
Sadly, what used to be a gentleman's game, can no longer stake its claim to that title anymore. It's just not cricket!
To Pay Or Not To Pay
Publisher, Live and Invest Overseas
My advice on the idea of grease payments, if, as many seem to, you interpret them as something other than a straight 'bribe,' is, again: Don't pay them. But don't be offended by the suggestion of them either. Treat them as minor matters. And move on.
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Left Out: Victim Countries See Little Of Bribery Settlements
Despite a major push in recent years to crack down on corporate bribes to foreign officials, virtually none of the money
Corporate Bribery Crackdown Put On Back Burner In Recession: Report
By Reuters, Reuters
In a deal worth 270 million euros ($339 million), Greece agreed in March to settle a row over accusations German industrial
Super Tax the Super PACs
Political comedian, SiriusXM radio show host and commentator
Did you know that Super PACs don't pay taxes on the contributions they receive? Unbelievable, isn't it? These Super PACs are no doubt businesses but the contributions are not taxable because they are considered "gifts" under federal tax law.
Practicing What You Preach: A Lesson for Walmart's Bosses
Cobus de Swardt
Managing director, Transparency International
Allegations that Walmart paid millions of dollars in bribes to build up its empire in Mexico should act as a warning sign to corporations everywhere. A culture of bribery in a subsidiary is unacceptable, but failing to deal with it would be even worse.
6 Ways to Get Kids to Do What You Want Them To
Blogger, Growing Sideways
Here's our rule: Our son has to play quietly by himself in his room until the alarm sounds, or else he has to go back into his crib. Stunningly, improbably, against all odds, it works. Here's why.
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To the Mahatma, From a Stateless Indian
Michigan engineer, Harvard MBA
5th April, 2011 O Mahatma This is turning out to be a great week for India. Anna Hazare, a Gandhian who has used your methods
Pension Fund Scandal Shows That Corruption Still Pays Well in New York
John W. Moscow
Partner, Baker Hostetler
In the NY pension fund scandal, we are at risk of seeing the principle of "equal justice for all" being savaged as people who engaged in really bad behavior seem to be getting off with remarkably lenient sentences.
Johnson & Johnson Agree To $70M Settlement Over Bribery Charges
Johnson & Johnson on Friday agreed to pay $70 million to settle U.S. charges that it paid bribes and kickbacks to win business
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