News Corp. exec gets arrested, company spends $4,700 and change PER HOUR on an attorney.
The Carson case gets a tentative decision, not the one the defendants wanted.
Esquinazi files an appeal—one with two typos I’ve found so far—on a case he should lose.
Walmart discloses some more, a blinding glimpse of the obvious, that they’re expanding the investigation. The situation brings in more talking heads on FCPA stuff, including The Donald.
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