The Heat: US corporate corruption

The Heat

Corporate greed

Corporate greed and corruption were thought to be largely in the past following the recession of 2008.

But recent headlines about Wells Fargo Bank and Mylan which the drug maker of Epi-Pen, a lifesaving medication have cast a new shadow over corporate America.

More than 5,000 Wells Fargo employees were fired for creating fake accounts, while Mylan raised the price of its emergency allergy medication by 600 percent since acquiring it just nine years ago.

CCTV America’s Jessica Stone reports.

Tonight’s panel takes a look at the issue of corporate corruption in the United States:

  • Marc Hodak, counsels corporations as the Founder of Hodak Value Advisors.
  • Bartlett Naylor, Financial Policy Advocate with the watchdog group-Public Citizen.
  • Richard Bistrong, writer, analyst and commentator focusing on anti-bribery compliance. He heads his own consulting firm – Front-Line Anti-Bribery.
The Heat: US corporate corruption PT1

The Heat: US corporate corruption PT1

Corporate greed and corruption were thought to be largely in the past following the recession of 2008. But recent headlines about Wells Fargo Bank and Mylan which the drug maker of Epi-Pen, a lifesaving medication have cast a new shadow over corporate America. CCTV America’s Jessica Stone reports.

The Heat: US corporate corruption PT2

The Heat: US corporate corruption PT2

Corporate greed and corruption were thought to be largely in the past following the recession of 2008. Tonight’s panel takes a look at the issue of corporate corruption in the United States: Marc Hodak, counsels corporations as the Founder of Hodak Value Advisors. Bartlett Naylor, Financial Policy Advocate with the watchdog group-Public Citizen. Richard Bistrong, writer, analyst and commentator focusing on anti-bribery compliance. He heads his own consulting firm – Front-Line Anti-Bribery.