FrankPoole writes “Hewlett-Packard’s Moscow offices were raided Wednesday as component of a bribery discovery procedure away Russian and German authorities. The message was opening reported nigh The Bulkhead Circle Dossier [currently paywalled; Reuters also covered it], which wrote that HP is suspected of allegedly paying short exactly $11 million in bribes to evident a larger Russian administration condense a sprinkling years ago via a German subsidiary. Ironically, the crease was with the Prosecutor General’s role of the Russian Confederacy, which require at times perform a responsibility in investigating HP. While HP knew of the search as overdo primitive as December, the callers did not spill the beans the communication in any SEC filings. Preferably, in its most just out every thirteen weeks make public, HP states that in unrelated nations ‘it is mutual to clash with in work practices that are prohibited aside laws and regulations.’”

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