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Alcatel-Lucent settles bribery case

12/28/2010 04:46 PM EST
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chungyue
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chungyue   12/29/2010 4:25:32 PM
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"...innocent untill proven guilty." - this is defense lawyer talk for the criminals. A criminal (person or enterprise) is one that broke the law. A criminal is not innocent - it is just that the criminal is not found guilty yet. Alcatel-Lucent knowingly engaged in criminal behavior in this case. Please don't call this innocent behavior until proven guilty. Anyoone who does so contributes to merely meeting legal (lowest/minimum expected) requirement, and not ethical (higher) business conduct.

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Bhola_#1   12/29/2010 8:59:08 AM
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Sheetal I disagree. Bribing and relation development are two faces of coin. If you have a competitive product at competitive price, you do not need to bribe. Yes, you need strong customer relationship offcourse. Just my opinion.

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Sheetal.Pandey   12/29/2010 5:06:03 AM
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Well bribing to win contracts is one of the way of doing business. In business everything is give and take. And everyone is innocent untill proven guilty.

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goafrit   12/28/2010 7:45:08 PM
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Thanks SEC. You are the last hope for MNCs having sanity in the developing world. At least they fear you before they act recklessly.

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