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Fraud Files: Feds Crack Down on Overseas Bribes

The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act makes it illegal for companies to pay foreign officials to get or retain business, and the U.S. government has been stepping up FCPA enforcement actions: More than three times as many FCPA cases were brought in 2009 than were filed in 2005.

Legal Briefing: Diebold Cooked Its Books

Diebold will pay $25 million to settle SEC accounting fraud charges. The company is known for making the electronic voting machines linked to alleged irregularities in the 2004 Ohio presidential vote.

Ohio State Fans Pay the Price for Rose Bowl Glory as Ticket Prices May Rise

Ohio State's Board of Trustees will vote Friday on a proposal to raise the price of tickets by $7, to $70 for reserved seats. Tickets for faculty and staff will rise $4, and students would have to pay another $1 to see a game. Prices for basketball tickets would be raised $1 for a reserved seats to $18, while prices for faculty, staff and students would jump 50 cents. Ohio State, whose last significant price increase was prior to the 2004 season, has the most expensive tickets in the Big 10.