On Sunday, April 22, The New York Times published an article that sent mega retailer Wal-Mart reeling. The article revealed that Wal-Mart executives learned in 2005 of allegations of “widespread bribery” in Mexico as the company looked to expand there. The article went on to point out that the company failed to report the allegations at the time to U.S. or Mexican authorities or conduct a thorough internal probe.
Wal-Mart Crisis Underscores Need for Strong Corporate Governance
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