Source: FT

Category: Corporate Management, Digital Media

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2 Responses to “Top Payers of Fines and Settlements to U.S. Authorities”

  1. 873450 says:

    Nobody said criminal immunity was free. Over time, it costs more and occasionally requires sacrificed lower level pawns.

  2. Two thoughts:

    (1) In the absence of meaningful prosecutions or corporate structural reforms, these fines are just informal taxes, costs of doing business, passed on to the customers. Why should the customers pay for the misdeeds of the corporations? WE NEED PERP WALKS.

    (2) Looking at the list in detail, now I understand why BNP Paribas has been targeted for the next large fine… they aren’t even on the list yet!