Hewlett-Packard will pay more than $108 million in a settlement agreement after the Securities and Exchange Commission charged the company Tuesday with bribing government officials to obtain public contracts.
A Malaysian businessman, known as "Fat Leonard," was arrested this fall for recruiting moles in the U.S Navy in order to inflate lucrative naval contracts. Allegations claim top commanders received bribes in exchange for contracts worth up to $200 million. Jeffrey Brown talks to Washington Post’s Craig Whitlock for the latest. Continue reading
Once considered a contender for leadership in China’s Community Party, the fallen Bo Xilai’s fortunes have changed: his once political allies are charging him with corruption, taking bribes, having multiple sexual affairs, and abusing his powers of office. Margaret Warner reports. Continue reading