Kindred Healthcare to Pay $125M Over Medicare Fraud
Patients "are entitled to receive care that is dictated by their clinical needs rather than the fiscal interests of healthcare providers," said the DoJ.
Ex-Viacom Finance VP Files Whistleblower Suit
Former FP&A exec says she was fired because she opposed a plan to transfer licensing rights overseas to avoid U.S. taxes.
Vanguard Reaches Tax Settlement With Texas
A whistleblower has alleged the mutual-fund giant charged its funds below-market prices for advisory services to reduce its tax liability.
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Whistleblower Showdown Heads to Supreme Court
The case turns on whether Dodd-Frank protections should apply when a whistleblower reports activity only to a company's compliance function and not the SEC.
Don’t Fear the Whistleblower
A new report says employers can keep most issues in house by encouraging a "speak-up culture" in the workplace.
Court Extends Corporate Whistleblower Protections
An appellate panel decides in favor of a former finance chief who alleged he was fired for reporting accounting fraud.
Does Gordon Gekko Still Rule on Wall Street?
Nearly seven years after the global financial crisis, "a culture of integrity has failed to take hold" on Wall Street, finds one survey.
SEC Fines KBR in ‘Historic Step’ for Whistleblowers
A KBR employee confidentiality agreement discourages workers from reporting malfeasance to the SEC, the Commission alleges.
Companies Taking Whistleblower Retaliation Seriously
Firms are taking a closer look at allegations of retaliation against whistleblowers, according to a whistleblower hotline provider.
Corporate Officer Awarded Whistleblower Payout
The executive reported the violation after "other responsible compliance personnel possessed the information and failed to adequately address the issue."