• Former Siemens executives to pay record bribery fines, rules court

    The order came after the two former executives did not respond to the bribery charges against them, were not represented by attorneys, and could not be reached for comment.

  • Former Siemens executives face more bribery charges

    Current Siemens employee Bernd Regendantz and four former executives, Uriel Sharef, Ulrigh Bock, Eberhard Reichert and Andres Trupple, have been charged with bribing Argentine officials.

  • Siemens sticking with tradition in patent applications

    For Siemens, which has built its brand upon electronics, energy and industry, this means a return to its roots to perfect current products and technologies. And a look at the company’s most recent patent applications shows Siemens moving in exactly that direction: staying within the electrical and industrial realms, with...

  • Siemens’ GC talks to NPR about bribery

    While Wal-Mart Stores Inc. made big headlines last week when it came to light that executives at its Mexican subsidiary, Wal-Mart de Mexico, may have engaged in rampant bribery, the big-box retailer was far from the first large company to be thrown into the middle of this type of scandal....

  • Former Siemens execs charged with bribery

    Hoping to quell recent waves of criticism about its conduct and frequent failure for charging executives in large Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) cases, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) charged individuals in the prominent Siemens case with bribery, the agencies announced Tuesday.

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