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Nathan Layne

Jan 11 2017

In fight between casino moguls, a spotlight on the FBI

In April 2015, a sworn statement submitted in a Nevada lawsuit between rival casino moguls Steve Wynn and Japan's Kazuo Okada contained an unusual assertion. Its author said Wynn's head of security had asked to meet him in Japan and then persuaded him to travel to the United States to talk to federal agents pursuing a different matter: a criminal bribery probe into Okada.

Jan 11 2017

In fight between casino moguls, a spotlight on the FBI

In April 2015, a sworn statement submitted in a Nevada lawsuit between rival casino moguls Steve Wynn and Japan's Kazuo Okada contained an unusual assertion. Its author said Wynn's head of security had asked to meet him in Japan and then persuaded him to travel to the United States to talk to federal agents pursuing a different matter: a criminal bribery probe into Okada.

Jan 11 2017

INSIGHT-In fight between casino moguls, a spotlight on the FBI

Jan 11 In April 2015, a sworn statement submitted in a Nevada lawsuit between rival casino moguls Steve Wynn and Japan's Kazuo Okada contained an unusual assertion. Its author said Wynn's head of security had asked to meet him in Japan and then persuaded him to travel to the United States to talk to federal agents pursuing a different matter: a criminal bribery probe into Okada.

Nov 22 2016

Costco drug rebate probe in Ontario goes to discipline panel

Two executives of Costco Wholesale Corp may have sought kickbacks from drug makers in violation of Ontario law, an industry regulator in the Canadian province has found as it advances a probe into the retailer's pharmacy business.

Nov 22 2016

Costco drug rebate probe in Ontario goes to discipline panel

Nov 22 Two executives of Costco Wholesale Corp may have sought kickbacks from drug makers in violation of Ontario law, an industry regulator in the Canadian province has found as it advances a probe into the retailer's pharmacy business.

Nov 18 2016

Pro-business Sessions will not go easy on corporate crime: lawyers

Jeff Sessions may be known as a pro-business conservative but as U.S. attorney general he is unlikely to shy away from indicting big companies and individuals for serious white-collar crimes, legal experts said, citing his record as a lawmaker.

Nov 18 2016

Pro-business Sessions will not go easy on corporate crime - lawyers

Jeff Sessions may be known as a pro-business conservative but as U.S. attorney general he is unlikely to shy away from indicting big companies and individuals for serious white-collar crimes, legal experts said, citing his record as a lawmaker.

Nov 17 2016

Venezuelan 'first nephews' U.S. trial closing hinges on witness

U.S. prosecutors on Thursday sought to limit the fallout from a witness accused of lying in the trial of two nephews of Venezuela's first lady, urging the jury to convict the men of engaging in a multimillion-dollar drug deal to help their family stay in power.

Nov 17 2016

Venezuelan 'first nephews' U.S. trial closing hinges on witness

U.S. prosecutors on Thursday sought to limit the fallout from a witness accused of lying in the trial of two nephews of Venezuela's first lady, urging the jury to convict the men of engaging in a multimillion-dollar drug deal to help their family stay in power.

Nov 16 2016

Top U.S. diplomat role an unlikely fit for 'tough guy' Giuliani

NEW YORK Former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani is now the leading candidate to become President-elect Donald Trump's secretary of state, but even some Republicans say his tough-guy personality and global business ties may be at odds with international diplomacy.

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