Corporate Crime Blotter

Jun 12: #Intel loses appeal of $1.44 BILLION fine (4.15% of 2008 turnover) from EU for paying its customers to buy its chips http://t.co/FaqI9PyZox
May 14: #Samsung apologizes for trying to bury #documentary on workers’ #leukemia from exposure to chemicals at its factories http://t.co/2tvcGQWqzb
Apr 25: The telecom industry wants you to get mugged so that it can sell you insurance / a new phone #profitingfromcrime #$$$ http://t.co/xuJlENxEwZ
Nov 13: Italy investigating #Apple for hiding more than $1.3 BILLION in profits from authorities in 2010 and 2011 #taxfraud http://t.co/sogn3OaQPm
Sep 24: #NCUA sues #JPMorgan, 12 more banks for defrauding credit unions by gaming #LIBOR in $2.4 billion of securities sales http://t.co/V2CiIQ4ntG
Aug 25: #EmeritusSeniorLiving to pay $2.2 million for under-paying workers, violating other Calif. labor laws from 2007–2013 http://t.co/9xGWDrpjEN
Aug 19: #FERC fines #JPMorgan a record $410 MILLION for #fraud in manipulating electricity markets in California, mid-West http://t.co/uRMdL9TI3s
Aug 18: UK investigation of #NewsCorp / #Fox as 'corporate suspect' in phone hacking & bribery "threatens licenses, company" http://t.co/sKk6ku3jvH
Aug 15: With 5-year statute of limitations, no senior Wall Street execs will face civil suits for 2007 / 2008 #FinancialFraud http://t.co/kkqCvxAKcS
Aug 15: Feds fine #Delta $750K for not paying bumped fliers for 2nd time since 2009, lets it use $425K of fine to buy tablets http://t.co/UgTgVey12e

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