Federal prosecutors have added two new charges to the existing corruption indictment of two former San Francisco police officers, Ian Furminger and Edmond Robles, based
The former CEO of the country’s largest public employee pension fund pleaded guilty Friday to taking bribes to influence investment in the CalPERS pension program.
Hewlett-Packard’s Russian subsidiary agreed to plead guilty to bribing Russian government officials to secure a large technology contract with the Prosecutor General’s office for the
A federal appeals court upheld the conspiracy, bribery, fraud and money laundering convictions of Brent Wilkes Monday in a long-running scheme to bribe former Congressman
UPDATED: A federal judge gave Chevron and a private investigator a reprieve for a few days in the investigator’s effort to keep from being questioned by Eucuador about alleged