Scolding with One Hand and Bribing with the Other

     Scolding with One Hand and Bribing with the Other By Thalif Deen May 8 2013 (IPS) – When a Southeast Asian country was riddled with corruption in a bygone era, there were rumours that government officials routinely offered receipts every time they accepted a bribe. Last week, Hamid Karzai, the …

Today’s Top Stories from GFI: Cyprus to be Audited

Tuesday, March 5, 2013 How Well Do We Know Our Banks? Video: Inside Story – Tax Avoidance: Legality vs. Morality Russia’s Threat from Within: a Comment on Illicit Financial Flows TJN-Africa Director: Yes, Taxation Can Be a Good Thing for Developing Countries Voice of America Investigates Global Corruption, Features Work …

Ethical Markets Congratulates Nell Minow for the well-deserved Lifetime Achievement Award and we are proud to have her on our Advisory Board , Hazel Henderson, Editor

The Mainstreaming of Common Sense: Nell’s Lifetime Achievement By Lev Janashvili Last week, at the fifth annual Corporate Governance Awards ceremony in New York, Nell Minow received a Lifetime Achievement Award fromCorporate Secretary magazine. Several JPMorgan Directors Long Serving and Well Paid By Sonja Ryst Several directors who are reportedly reviewing …