Siemens Bribes Ignored During NY Listing

Germany's scandal-plagued company was guilty of negligence in 2001 when it was listed on the NYSE, according to internal reports

Life has become much quieter for Heinrich von Pierer, very quiet for a man who was once CEO and then chairman of the supervisory board at Siemens. In fact, it's become astonishingly quiet for a man who is still seen as one of the captains of German industry and sits on the boards of steel giant ThyssenKrupp, Volkswagen and Deutsche Bank, and unbelievably quiet for a man who was once even considered a candidate for the office of Germany's president.

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