Bribery and Corruption Investigation Highlights 'Foul Play' in College Hoops
Posted on 04-13-2018 by Lisa Thompson

College basketball in the United States is watched by millions and has become lucrative for the universities who compete and the companies who sponsor the teams. But college sport can also carry reputational, legal, and financial risks. We have seen the latest reminder in New York this week, when prosecutors... Read More

Wintering Corruption Risk in Sport: What Companies Can Do
Posted on 01-26-2018 by Korinne Bressler

Nothing attracts controversy like a global sporting event, and with the winter games about to kick off—or rather, ski, skate and bobsleigh off—in South Korea on February 9, let’s take a look at how it has been faring on the bribery, corruption, and human rights front.—and what... Read More

Corruption in Sport Infographic Shows Widespread Problems
Posted on 08-04-2016 by Ulyana Androsova

All eyes are on Rio as athletes from around the world converge for the Summer Games, but these days, rather than touting the backstories of Olympic hopefuls, many headlines decry allegations of corruption—whether it’s bribery related to site selections—past, present and future—or... Read More