Friday’s Daily News Round-Up

April 9th, 2010

UK companies face tough new bribery laws
The Telegraph, April 9, 2010

OECD’s Gurría welcomes passage into law of UK Bribery Bill
OECD Press Release, April 9, 2010

Royal Assent for Bribery Bill and Constitutional Reform and Governance Bill
UK Ministry of Justice Press Release, April 9, 2010

UBS Whistle-Blower Rues His Tack, Not His Tune
The Wall Street Journal, April 9, 2010

Special Report: How the U.S. cracked open secret vaults at UBS
Reuters, April 9, 2010

Feds Up the Ante on Online Poker With Full Tilt Investigation
Daily Finance, April 8, 2010

3 Plead Not Guilty to Corruption in Namibia
The New York Times, April 8, 2010

Second Olmert aide held in new corruption case
Haaretz, April 9, 2010

US upbeat about anti-terror data accord with EU
The Associated Press, April 9, 2010

‘PA making bold bid to curb Hamas funds’
The Jerusalem Post, April 4, 2010

LyondellBasell reports Kazakhstan activities to DOJ
Reuters, April 7, 2010

BlueCrest moves HQ to Guernsey
The Financial Times, April 9, 2010

CBDT wants jail term for tax evaders
The Economic Times (India), April 5, 2010

San Marino to Seek to Avoid Italian Blacklisting, il Sole Says
Bloomberg News, April 8, 2010

Ponzi Scheme Operator Pleads Guilty to Tax Charges
Department of Justice Press Release, April 9, 2010

How Multinational Corporations Dodge Taxes
Big Think, April 8, 2010

Written by EJ Fagan

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