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Corporations -- Corrupt practices

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View Resource Bribe Prayers Index 1999

Transparency International has put together the Bribe Payers Perceptions Index (BPI), which ranks the leading nineteen exporting countries "in terms of the degree to which their corporations are perceived to be paying bribes abroad." According to the Bribe Payers Index (BPI), Sweden ranks the highest, followed by Australia and Canada, tying for second place. The United States comes in at seventh....

https://www.transparency.org/research/bpi/bpi_1999
View Resource Enron Fiasco

Former Enron executive J. Clifford Baxter, who challenged the company's questionable financial practices and resigned last May, was found dead today in his car -- an apparent suicide from a gunshot to the head. Police uncovered a suicide note but have not released its contents. The Houston, Texas based Enron, an energy corporation, began its public demise in mid-October with the announcement of a...

https://scout.wisc.edu/report/2002/0125
View Resource Transparency International

With headquarters in Berlin, Transparency International (TI) is an international non-governmental organization dedicated to combating corruption in its many guises across the world. As their website notes, TI “focuses on prevention and reforming systems”. With a well-designed and rather elegant homepage, visitors will find much to admire here. The top of the homepage provides access to their “In...

https://www.transparency.org/