back to article Juniper Networks gives SEC $12m to settle bribery charges but says everything's fine

Juniper Networks has agreed to pay $11.7m in penalties to the US Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) to settle charges that its subsidiaries violated bribery laws by paying for trips taken by customers and foreign officials in Russia and China. On Thursday, the SEC announced the conclusion of its cease-and-desist …

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  2. Anonymous Coward
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    often in hightech. find money distirbution. take 1% or 2% for laptop meals cum parties

    see how many china heads fired everywhere. in other company 10 days later with clean chit

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