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May 1, 2012 U.S. pipelines can handle Canadian crude

Source: UPI

WASHINGTON -- Pipeline operators in the United States are capable of handling the rush of so-called tar sands oil expected from Canada, a trade group leader said.

May 1, 2012 Congress ethics office clears Bachus of insider trading

Source: Washington Post

The Office of Congressional Ethics has found no evidence of violations of insider-trading rules involving the chairman of the House Financial Services Committee and will recommend that the case against him be closed.

May 1, 2012 Steve Richards: This crisis goes beyond integrity. It’s now about acccountability


In a frenzy that raises big questions for a Prime Minister, take a close look at the subsequent answers. Since the Jeremy Hunt saga erupted a week ago, David Cameron has answered one explosive question unambiguously. He could not...

April 30, 2012 Who Will Be the Business Ethics Winners and Losers at the London Olympics?

Source: Sustainable Business Forum

Corporate involvement in the Olympic Games continues to expand in size and significance. This year, the 2012 London Olympics will boast sponsorship on hundreds of millions of dollars in corporate sponsorship and tie-ins. But as...

April 30, 2012 Sustainable business ethics on forefront of investor priorities

Source: The Ticker

Sustainable business and business ethics were discussed on the 14th floor this past Tuesday by a panel of analysts who work to improve disclosure and integrity practices of corporations worldwide. Sponsored by The Robert Zicklin...

April 27, 2012 With Wal-Mart Claims, Greater Attention on a Law

Source: NY Times

A decade ago, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), which bars American companies from bribing officials overseas, was rarely enforced or discussed. Today, it strikes fear throughout the executive offices of companies with...

April 26, 2012 Editorial: Why no prosecution in CalPERS caper'

The Sacramento Bee - Apr 25 07:10pm - According to a complaint filed in federal court this week, the former CEO of the California Public Employees' Retirement System used the logo on his CalPERS business card to forge a document...

April 24, 2012 SEC alleges fraud by former CalPERS chief, friend

Orange County Register - Apr 24 12:09pm - The Securities and Exchange Commission sued the former head of the giant California Public Employee Retirement System and his close personal friend, alleging they defrauded a private...

April 20, 2012 Olympus Scandal, Corporate Governance

Source: Bloomberg

Jamie Allen, Hong Kong-based secretary general of the Asian Corporate Governance Association, talks about Olympus Corp.'s accounting scandal and its implications for corporate ...

April 20, 2012 Olympus board voted in despite protests


Olympus has won shareholder approval for a new board line-up despite fierce objections from its whistle-blowing former chief executive and complaints from small investors in the scandal-hit optical equipment maker.

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