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Published by:
Stanford Business School (2010)
Version:
1 August 2010
Length:
22 pages
Data source:
Field research

Abstract

In 2002, Baker Hughes was accused of violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). This case describes the actions taken by the company in response to those accusations. These include hiring a third-party law firm to undertake an independent investigation and voluntarily reviewing its entire global operations with the purpose of discovering other FCPA violations. Simultaneously, the company engaged in a comprehensive restructuring of its policies and systems for preventing and detecting the issuance of questionable payments.

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Corporate governance; Bribery; Corruption; Control systems; Risk management
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