Businesses’ Best Weapon Against Bribes, Kickbacks and Other Forms of Corporate Corruption

In the mid-1980s, the most common RICO enterprise was not a mob family but a corporate family. The most common racketeering activities were not murder, extortion, loan sharking and illegal gambling; they were mail and wire fraud in the form of allegedly untruthful advertisements. And the most common RICO defendants were not the heads of crime families but the heads of some of America’s most prominent businesses. 

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