Here’s a sampling of media stories addressing the accusations of bribery (and its cover-up) by Walmart executives in Mexico:
- Forbes: WalMart’s Mexican Bribery Scandal Will Sink It Like an Iceberg Sank the Titanic – Adam Hartung argues that Walmart’s refusal to change its business model will cause it to sink further into obsolescence and encourages stockholders to strongly consider whether their shares are worth holding onto.
- CNN Money: Not just Wal-Mart: Dozens of U.S. companies face bribery suspicions – Stephen Gandel notes that Walmart isn’t the only corporation facing scrutiny.
- The Economist: Walmart’s Mexican morass – The Economist examines the possible fallout of the scandal.
- Bloomberg Businessweek: Mexico Attorney General Starts Probe of Wal-Mart Executives - Nacha Cattan and Crayton Harrison report on the Mexican attorney general’s plans to investigate charges that Walmart executives participated in the bribery of Mexican government officials.
- Corporate Counsel: Wal-Mart Scandal Highlights Gray Areas in Whistleblower Laws – Catherine Dunn offers an analysis of how U.S. whistleblower laws may, or may not, apply in the case of Walmart’s Mexican operations.