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A German banker in charge of selling Formula 1 has admitted in court that he took bribes from Bernie Ecclestone in exchange for selling the motor racing group to private equity firm CVC.
A local politician and a construction magnate are among six people charged with corruption in conjunction with the building of a new national sporting arena in Stockholm
Two of football's biggest corporate sponsors have voiced concern over allegations of bribery at Fifa saying the storm is bad for football
Every fifth business leader in Sweden could consider paying a bribe to win advantages in business and to retain clients, a new survey by Ernst & Young shows
Johnson & Johnson will pay $78 million to settle U.S. and UK charges that it paid bribes and kickbacks to win business overseas, the first big drug company to settle since the Obama administration began its scrutiny of the industry more than a year ago
The suspended and dismissed former Finance Ministry Tax and Customs Administration Policy Department Deputy Director Vladimirs Vaškevičs (Vaskevics) will remain for the time being in custody, his lawyer Aloizs Vaznis informed journalists
In the action called “Magnet” conducted by the Montenegrin police, 6 people were arrested accused of corruption and abuse of power
Fifa has begun hearing appeals by five officials suspended after allegations of corruption during the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bidding races
FIFA was at the centre of new corruption claims last night after it was alleged two executives were offered £1million each for their World Cup votes.
Russian financial institutions reported 120 trillion roubles (2.44 trillion pounds) of suspicious transactions to the anti-money laundering watchdog in the first nine months of 2010, the Kommersant daily reported on Monday