Who Is the Government Prosecuting for White Collar Crime?: Corporate Prosecutions, Shifting Blame, and the Ghost of Arthur Andersen

Who Is the Government Prosecuting for White Collar Crime?: Corporate Prosecutions, Shifting Blame, and the Ghost of Arthur Andersen

The Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) at Syracuse University reports that the U.S. Department of Justice filed fewer criminal charges against corporations in 2014 than in 2004. Key figures in the Department of Justice have focused on corporate crime as a threat to the American people, but TRAC found that corporate prosecutions declined 29 percent between 2004 and 2014.

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Drone-to-door delivery still far away despite FAA proposal

Drone-to-door delivery still far away despite FAA proposal

Under recent pressure from companies like Amazon, the Federal Aviation Administration has proposed new rules for commercial drones. The proposal allows for drones up to 55 pounds to fly within the sight of their pilots during daylight. The rules also establish a speed limit of 100 miles per hour and a maximum altitude of 500 feet. The proposal establishes a minimum age of 17 years and requires a test administered by the FAA. However, requirements like flight hours will not be necessary for a private pilot’s license

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