"Foreign Corrupt Practices Act" Essays and Research Papers

Page 7 of 50 - About 500 Essays
  • The Starnes-Brenner Machine Tool

    successful as a foreign representative in spite of his unique style and‚ at times‚ complete refusal to follow company policy when it doesn’t suit him. The company hasn’t really done much about his method of operation‚ though from time to time he has angered some top company people. As Presi- dent Jack McCaughey‚ who retired a couple of years ago‚ once remarked to a vice president who was complaining about Frank‚ “If he’s making money—and he is (more than any of the other foreign offi ces)—then

    Premium United StatesForeign Corrupt Practices ActBribery 2507 Words | 11 Pages

    Open Document
  • Bribery & Corruption

    price distortion‚ low domestic and foreign investment‚ higher levels of poverty‚ unsafe products‚ damaging environmental practices‚ many human rights violations‚ and domestic conflicts. Considering all the above mentioned reasons‚ stakeholders including governments‚ corporations‚ nongovernmental organizations‚ the World Bank‚ and the International Monetary Fund‚ condemn corruption and bribery (Andrew‚ 2011). However‚ this paper will argue that even though such practices are condemned and counties may

    Premium Foreign Corrupt Practices ActBribery 2086 Words | 9 Pages

    Open Document

    and a separate civil lawsuit brought by the top market regulator‚ the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The charges were filed in U.S. District Court in Manhattan. The defendants face criminal charges of conspiracy to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)

    Free BriberyPolitical corruptionForeign Corrupt Practices Act 1139 Words | 4 Pages

    Open Document
  • The Shakedown

    Case Analysis: The Shakedown I. Introduction This case portrays the widely propagated and accepted phenomena of bribes and corruption in developing countries. Specifically how it affects every sector of the Ukrainian society‚ therefore making it difficult for the American investors to establish companies there and to prosper solely on doing good business. The case describes the types of obstacles and ethical dilemmas being created for the investors as a result of bribery and extortion. Situation

    Premium EthicsBusiness ethicsUkraine 2518 Words | 11 Pages

    Open Document
  • Walmart Recruiting and Selection

    of its officers‚ directors‚ associates‚ employees‚ agents or representatives. This policy prohibits corrupt payments in all circumstances‚ whether in dealings with government officials or individuals in the private sector. It is the policy of Walmart to comply with all relevant Anti-Corruption laws including‚ but not limited to‚ the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act ("FCPA") and the UK Bribery Act. Accordingly‚ Walmart prohibits anyone acting on behalf of the Company‚

    Premium Foreign Corrupt Practices ActWal-MartBribery 659 Words | 3 Pages

    Open Document
  • Environmental Factors

    need theirs in order for global economics to pay off in a balanced fashion. This is the big issue facing leadership today. The oil and gas industry has long been an area where dependence on foreign oil has been the subject of debate. In the beginning it might have been a good idea to buy foreign oil in an effort to preserve our own. Of course it is hard to avoid the inevitable. Purchasing oil from other countries leaves you vulnerable to the prices they wish to set. This is especially difficult

    Premium Foreign Corrupt Practices ActPetroleumBribery 1109 Words | 5 Pages

    Open Document
  • MKT 421 Week 5 Individual Assignment Environmental Factors Paper

    domestic environmental factors that may impact the company’s marketing decisions and will also address the forecasts of technological change that will affect the organizations marketing decisions. An analysis of the influence of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act will also be discussed. The paper will be concluded with a summary that will analyze the importance of social responsibility and ethics related to Coca-Cola’s market offerings. The soft drink company greets its consumers with an attractive

    Premium MarketingMarketing strategySales 1137 Words | 5 Pages

    Open Document
  • Performimg and Visual Arts Paper

    Interdependence and Effect of Trade Practices and Agreements Global economic interdependence and the trade practices and agreements have a large influence on the overall business. As a result‚ people depend on other people to produce most of the goods and services. With maintaining some order there must be a degree of economic independence. This is a matter of getting people involved all over the world while marketing certain new products of service. Different trade practices can ultimately increase business

    Premium MarketingForeign Corrupt Practices ActUnited States Postal Service 2697 Words | 11 Pages

    Open Document
  • Managerial Implications

    Assignment 2 Questions and Cases‚ Part 4‚ Chapter 17 1. How important is the role of the U.S. Government Agency in this transaction in relation to the DOJ’s decision? I believe the role of the U.S. Government Agency in the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Review Opinion Procedure Release 10-01‚ may be somewhat critical. In the case assignment‚ the facts and circumstances‚ as represented by the Requestor are legal and the Department’s conclusion to not taken any enforcement action with respect

    Premium Foreign Corrupt Practices ActFederal government of the United StatesBribery 533 Words | 3 Pages

    Open Document
  • Com 101 Tutorial 4 Week 11

    Q1. Explain the three reasons for foreign bribery that Fadiman discusses. Do most Australians look at bribery from a culturally biased perspective‚ or is Fadiman too tolerant of foreign corruption? Fadiman gives 3 main reasons for why non-western cultures partake in the act of bribery. - 1st reason is because many foreigners have large extended families that they must meet the needs of. These families include blood kin‚ immediate family‚ associations by marriage‚ as well as fictional kin that

    Premium Foreign Corrupt Practices ActBriberyPolitical corruption 569 Words | 2 Pages

    Open Document
Page 1 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 50