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Monday, 27 June 2016

Criminal charges aren't corporate death sentences

Crime still pays

Arthur Andersen’s post-Enron demise made U.S. prosecutors skittish about indicting the likes of HSBC, which just settled for $1.9 bln. But new research suggests convictions don’t cause company failures. Banks may be special cases, but enforcers should question their assumptions.

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