Some Question DOJ's Efforts to Combat Corporate Crime
The U.S. Justice Department last week heralded blockbuster deals with British banks that netted more than $2 billion in criminal fines and penalties for violations that included transactions with countries subject to U.S. sanctions. But questions persist over whether prosecutors are being aggressive enough in combating corporate misconduct.
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