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Tag: white collar crime

FBI Reduces Time Spent on White Collar Crimes by 7%

Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

Ever wonder why no one on Wall Street was charged in connection with the 2008 financial crisis?

The FBI will have even less time investigating Wall Street after the bureau reduced the amount of time its agents spend on white-collar crime, the Los Angeles Times reports.

The FBI has reduced its recommendation for white-collar criminal prosecution by 7%.

The new recommendation is 2,001, according to a report by the Transactional Records Access Clearance.

The reduction continues a years-long drop in white-collar crime investigations, the LA Times reported.

Obama Nominates Leslie Caldwell to Top Post in Justice Department Division

 Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

A defense lawyer whose expertise is white-collar crime was nominated Tuesday to be assistant attorney general  for the Justice Department’s criminal division, the New York Times reports.

President Obama nominated Leslie R. Caldwell, a former federal prosecutor who worked in the Northern District of California and the Eastern District of New York.

Caldwell served as director of the DOJ’s task force that specialized in Enron’s 2001 collapse, the Times wrote.

She graduated from Penn State University and George Washington University law School.

Japanese Auto Suppliers to Plead Guilty to Price Fixing in US

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By Danny Fenster
ticklethewire.com

Two Japanese suppliers of electrical auto components have agreed to plead guilty and to pay out $548 million in criminal fines in a price-fixing and bid-rigging scheme, the FBI announced on their blog this week. Four executives of auto parts sales companies, all Japanese nationals, also agreed to plead guilty, according to the FBI.

One of the companies took part in several conspiracies to fix prices on automobile parts sold in the US, with the other took part in a conspiracy to rig bids and fix prices of essential electrical parts.

“This criminal activity has a significant impact on automotive manufacturers in the U.S., Canada, Japan, and Europe and had been occurring for at least a decade,” said FBI Detroit Special Agent in Charge Andrew Arena.

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