A reminiscence of corporate statesmanship of the past, and the corporate statesman, Reginald H. Jones, chairman and CEO of General Electric Co. from 1972 until 1981. And a challenge to identify the statesman and stateswoman of today.
Wyeth was accused of training its Rapamune sales force in the United States to promote the use of the drug in non-renal organ transplants and encouraged them to offer financial incentives to target all types of transplant patients to boost sales.
In addition to a guilty plea -- which is subject to court approval -- Halliburton has agreed to pay the maximum statutory fine of $200,000. The company said in a statement that it would make a separate and voluntary $55 million payment to the...
Emergency services helped with the evacuation of the passengers and crew of flight 345 from Nashville.
The judge also determined that comments from late CEO Steve Jobs helped prove the government's allegations of a conspiracy.
At issue is how the administrator accounts for lost revenues and whether claimants should be allowed to pick and choose which periods to use as a benchmark.
A 2008 scandal involving tainted formula that killed six children and sickened more than 300,000 prompted Chinese consumers to shun local brands and created huge demand for foreign products, both those sold through normal channels and those...
The 8 million euro (US$10.4 million) fine is a record for the regulator, but it less than the 10 million euros sought by its investigators.
It is common practice for Chinese pharmaceutical firms to offer doctors and hospitals bribes to have their products used, industry insiders say.
Skilling was convicted on multiple counts of conspiracy, securities fraud, insider trading and making false statements to auditors on May 25, 2006.