Accused of paying $47.7 million in bribes to public officials in Libya between 2001 and 2011.
Australian telecommunications executive Robyn Denholm has taken over.
Asked in Cabinet meeting if Russian hackers were still targeting the US and president answered “no”.
Says his client has waited longer than he should have for his trial since his April 2013 arrest.
Will pay $8.5 million to resolve the issue stemming from when the company was called Penn West.
Ian Wilson Fisher was charged in 2015 with billing false invoices worth close to $5 million.
Received $651,000 in kickbacks as a purchasing director at Utz Quality foods.
Charges stem from a now-cancelled contract involving armoured vehicles destined for Iraq.
Company founder guilty of aggravated fraud over implants sold worldwide from 2001 to 2010.
Prosecutors launch criminal investigation related to emissions scandal
Investigations faked by private firms hired by western companies; threatens consumer safety
Police allege the woman submitted fraudulent bills to an Ontario manufacturer totalling $5.5 million over 14 months.
RCMP alleges the company paid off public officials in Libya to influence government decisions.
Attacks continue to pose a mounting risk to Canadian business of all size, consultancy says.
Charges come from an investigation into the company’s dealings in Libya between 2001 and 2011.