Suspicion surrounds Ericsson because promises to be ‘transparent’ about corrupt business practices have so obviously been broken.
Ericsson’s billon-dollar settlement of corruption charges with the US DoJ and SEC may be invalidated by revelations of more wrongdoing that was not previously disclosed.
A stock exchange filing revealed hackers gained access to the Electronic Data Transfer service that Syniverse provides to 235 telcos and other businesses.
The South Korean operator is the second largest shareholder in a firm that some have described as Theranos 2.0.
The prospectus for the Airtel Africa listing on the London Stock Exchange revealed large internal frauds in Kenya and Niger.
Facebook has just lost 20 percent of its value, but the factors which prompted that share price correction are making their market position even more dominant.
Psychology and stock market data suggest arguments for more investment in risk management and business assurance.
Cartesian’s share price has slid dramatically. Meanwhile, its executives cannot explain the links between their assurance software products and their strategic consulting services.