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Law tackles U.K. caste discrimination

Apr 22, 2010
With more than 2 million citizens of Indian extraction, there have been increasing complaints from lower caste Dalits about discrimination. A new law addresses the problem. Stephen Beard reports.
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A gov't crackdown on distracted drivers

Apr 8, 2010
The Obama administration has announced a new project to help police officers in two states prevent drivers from becoming distracted. Collin Campbell reports.
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Impact of China's Rio Tinto ruling on biz

Mar 29, 2010
A Chinese court has sentenced four Rio Tinto employees up to 14 years in prison for accepting bribes and stealing commercial secrets. Amy Scott reports on what the ruling means for multinationals doing business in China.
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Rio Tinto sentence a 'wake-up call'

Mar 29, 2010
Some in the business world see the prison sentence of a top Rio Tinto executive as a severe wake-up call to those who engage in bribery and other illegal business practices in China. Bill Radke talks to Marketplace's Scott Tong.
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Daimler in U.S. court for foreign bribery

Mar 24, 2010
German automaker Daimler has been charged with corruption, bribing officials in 22 countries. Bill Radke talks to Marketplace's Stephen Beard about why a U.S. court is handling a case of foreign corruption.
Posted In: Auto, Crime

Antitrust issues put heat on Monsanto

Mar 10, 2010
The U.S. Justice and Agriculture departments are holding a workshop on agricultural antitrust issues, and it appears investigations of seed maker Monsanto are widening. Sarah Gardner reports.
Posted In: Agriculture, Crime

AZ immigration law may be too hard

Mar 8, 2010
Some say the measures in a hard-line immigration bill likely to pass in the Arizona legislature would go too far. Jeff Tyler reports the bill would also have potentially high costs for the state police department.
Posted In: Crime, Immigration

Antitrust lawsuits pile up on Google

Mar 3, 2010
Microsoft has filed antitrust lawsuits against Google in Europe. And in the past few weeks, a series of small companies have also filed lawsuits. What gives? Brett Neely reports.
Posted In: Crime, Internet

New law, new approach to scandal

Mar 1, 2010
The Supreme Court wants to scrap its 22-year-old honest services statute, a fraud law that some say is too vague. This could mean new hearings for the Jeff Skilling and Jack Abramoff cases. Brett Neely reports.
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Ruling to put spotlight on fraud cases

Feb 26, 2010
The Supreme Court will soon hear the appeal of Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling, who is serving a 24-year prison sentence. Brett Neely reports there are signs the justices may overturn an anti-fraud statute used to convict him.
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