News Government General
November 26, 2020  

Family employed by Ontario accused of $11M COVID benefit fraud

Unproven civil claim on behalf of the province, which also seeks $2 million in punitive damages.

News Aerospace Government Manufacturing General
November 6, 2020  

Bombardier faces UK fraud investigation over plane contracts for Garuda

British inquiry follows other investigations have targeted the aerospace manufacturer in countries such as Sweden and Spain.

News Government Manufacturing General
March 12, 2020  

AI, machine learning may modernize the hunt for dirty cash

Fintract says the technologies can create more efficient and effective ways of doing business for enforcement agencies.

News Aerospace Manufacturing General
January 28, 2020  

Airbus nears settlements with US, UK, France over fraud, bribery cases

Details of how much it could pay to settle the cases were not released, but it could reach billions of euros.

News Government Manufacturing General
December 10, 2019  

Greed drove former SNC exec’s alleged fraud, corruption scheme: Crown

Prosecution is trying to prove SNC-Lavalin used $113 million to pay people who collected money and helped secure contracts in Libya.

News Food & Beverage Manufacturing General
October 16, 2019  

Seafood fraud common in Canada’s cities: Oceana Canada study

Results combined with previous investigations found 47% of the 472 fish samples were mislabelled in six Canadian cities.

News Construction Manufacturing General
May 30, 2019  

Judge rules SNC-Lavalin headed to trial on charges of fraud, corruption

Accused of paying $47.7 million in bribes to public officials in Libya between 2001 and 2011.

News Automotive General
November 8, 2018  

Tesla names new board chair in settlement with regulators

Australian telecommunications executive Robyn Denholm has taken over.

News Government Manufacturing General
July 18, 2018  

Trump asserts Russia not targeting US, contradicting intel

Asked in Cabinet meeting if Russian hackers were still targeting the US and president answered “no”.