Rolls-Royce To Pay Fines In Bribery, Corruption Cases

LONDON—Aero engine manufacturer Rolls-Royce has agreed to pay £670 million ($808 million) in fines to settle a series of bribery and corruption cases with UK, U.S. and Brazilian authorities. The company announced Jan.16 that it has reached deferred prosecution agreements with the UK Serious Fraud...

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