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Amazon investigating claims of employees leaking data for bribes said on Monday it was investigating suspected internal leaks of confidential information by its employees for bribes to give sellers a leg up in the $1 trillion dollar company's marketplace.

High figures paid by pharma companies to doctors revealed

The latest figures for the amount of money spent by the pharmaceutical industry on the medical profession for the U.K. has been revealed — £41 million ($60 million). This is dwarfed by the amount spent in the U.S.

China investigates drugs firm Sanofi for 'bribing doctors'

Authorities in China are looking into the French pharmaceutical firm Sanofi's activities, following on from bribery accusations dating back to 2007.

Bosnia: President Živko Budimir ordered jailed for a month

Sarajevo - A Bosnian court on Sunday remanded Federation of Bosnia-Herzegovina President Živko Budimir and four other officials in custody for a month. The suspected crime: taking bribes to arrange pardons for convicts.

Greek tax offices announce yet another strike

Greece has been beset with an unprecedented amount of strikes during 2011, surpassing the usual disruption. The tax office is due to end the year with yet another two-day strike, adding further misery to those who need to meet the Dec. 31 tax deadline.

Will revamp of US offshore oil policing body restore confidence?

Washington - After investigative reports substantiated allegations of graft among other infractions that occured at one Minerals Management Service (MMS) branch charged with overseeing offshore oil leases and regulations, Ken Salazar has revamped the agency.

German schoolboy forced to pay over $21,000 to bullies

A 10-year-old German boy stole €17,000 (over $21,000 US dollars) from his parents to pay school bullies who threatened him.

Report: Afghans forced to pay billions in bribes

On Tuesday the United Nations released a report that said Afghans were forced to pay bribes worth almost a quarter of Afghanistan's GDP last year.

School teacher gets probation for accepting bribes from students

Caught taking bribe money to allow kids to skip physical education class...

Olympic Judge Won't Toss Conspiracy

SALT LAKE CITY — A federal judge has denied a request to toss out a conspiracy charge against two men accused of bribing International Olympic Committee members to bring the games to the city. Attorneys for Tom Welch and Dave Johnson had argued tha..

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