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Digging up Dirt: Cleaning up the Mining Industry

The UK’s Serious Fraud Office has recently opened an investigation that delves deep into the life of the mining company Rio Tinto. Based in the Republic of Guinea, Rio Tinto is suspected of corruption. The mining giant reported itself to authorities based in the United States and the UK. The alleged corruption is thought to

The Dirty Laundry of Cheap Exports: The Case of Sohel Rana

  Sohel Rana, the owner of Rana Plaza, a tower in Bangladesh which collapsed in 2013, killing 1000 garment factory workers and injuring 2500, was recently found guilty of corruption. It is the first of several counts he faces, including murder, in the wake of the worst industrial accident in Bangladeshi history. The collapsed building

RKN Global on Online Shopping Fraud

Shopping online seems to be getting easier, as more and more retailers realize that customers want to shop in the comfort of their own home. Unfortunately, some fraudsters use sophisticated methods to commit online shopping fraud and victimize customers. In 2016, incidences of digital fraud were up by more than 40% over the previous year,