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.
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.
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.
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.
Computer security company Netwitness is reporting a major cyber attack affecting 75,000 machines worldwide and within 500 companies in the U.S. Steve Chiotakis gets the latest from Marketplace's Jeremy Hobson.
A dozen French wine producers and traders have been found guilty of mislabeling 18 million bottles of Pinot Noir. French customs officers discovered the grand-scale wine fraud upon detecting an inferior grape blend. Stephen Beard reports.