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WASHINGTON—Albert “Jack” Stanley, a former chairman and chief executive officer of Kellogg, Brown & Root Inc. (KBR), was sentenced Friday to 30 months in prison for conspiring to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) by participating in a decade-long scheme to bribe Nigerian government ...
WASHINGTON—Albert “Jack” Stanley, a former chairman and chief executive officer of Kellogg, Brown & Root Inc. (KBR), was sentenced Friday to 30 months in prison for conspiring to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) by participating in a decade-long scheme to bribe Nigerian government ...

Between 2009 and 2011, the consortium members paid penalties totaling more than $1.5 billion for their role in the bribery scheme. Two KBR officials who had worked with Tesler, Wojciech Chodan and Albert (Jack) Stanley, KBR's former chairman and CEO, were sentenced to one year of probation and 30 ...
Three years later, Albert “Jack” Stanley, KBR's former CEO, was sentenced to 30 months in federal prison for his role in the scandal. As part of the deal with the Justice Department, KBR agreed to waive many of its legal rights if it was caught violating bribery laws again. In the midst of the DOJ investigation, ...
Africa's wealth floods offshore as corrupt leaders, corporations use banks to hide fortunes. Lou Kilzer and Andrew Conte | Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012, 11:48 p.m.. Former KBR Inc. chief executive Albert 'Jack' Stanley arrives at the federal courthouse for sentencing, Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012, in Houston for his role in in a scheme ...
Albert "Jack" Stanley, 69, pleaded guilty in September 2008 to accusations of routing $182 million in bribes to Nigerian government officials. Stanley, who served at one point under former US Vice President Dick Cheney at Halliburton, had his sentencing date reset 16 times but has now been sentenced to ...

A former top Halliburton executive will serve 2 1/2 years in prison after pleading guilty in Houston federal court to orchestrating a $180 million bribery scheme to secure $6 billion in natural gas deals in Nigeria, the Justice Department announced Thursday. Albert “Jack” Stanley is the former CEO of KBR, ...
HOUSTON - After years of sentencing delays, a former KBR Inc. chief executive received two and a half years in prison Thursday for his role in a scheme to bribe Nigerian government officials in return for $6 billion in engineering and construction contracts. Albert "Jack" Stanley also must serve three years ...
KBR's former chief executive, Albert "Jack" Stanley, pleaded guilty in September 2008 for his role in the bribery scheme and is scheduled to be sentenced on May 5. In December, Nigeria's anti-corruption agency charged current and former KBR and Halliburton executives, including former Vice President ...
In a Federal courtroom in Texas last September, Albert "Jack" Stanley, the former CEO of KBR, pleaded guilty to bribery. The scheme he masterminded to secure a massive natural gas contract in Nigeria's Bonny Island, involved $180 million in bribe payments to grease the deal. Stanley now faces seven ...
Between 2009 and 2011, the consortium members paid penalties totaling more than $1.5 billion for their role in the bribery scheme. Two KBR officials who had worked with Tesler, Wojciech Chodan and Albert (Jack) Stanley, KBR's former chairman and CEO, were sentenced to one year of probation and 30 ...
Three years later, Albert “Jack” Stanley, KBR's former CEO, was sentenced to 30 months in federal prison for his role in the scandal. As part of the deal with the Justice Department, KBR agreed to waive many of its legal rights if it was caught violating bribery laws again. In the midst of the DOJ investigation, ...
June 1995: Albert Jack Stanley is promoted to president and chief operating officer of M.W. Kellogg after serving as executive vice president since 1991 and various positions since 1975. August 1995: Dick Cheney is hired as CEO of Halliburton, three years before he directs the merger of Halliburton with ...
Africa's wealth floods offshore as corrupt leaders, corporations use banks to hide fortunes. Lou Kilzer and Andrew Conte | Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012, 11:48 p.m.. Former KBR Inc. chief executive Albert 'Jack' Stanley arrives at the federal courthouse for sentencing, Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012, in Houston for his role in in a scheme ...
Albert "Jack" Stanley, 69, pleaded guilty in September 2008 to accusations of routing $182 million in bribes to Nigerian government officials. Stanley, who served at one point under former US Vice President Dick Cheney at Halliburton, had his sentencing date reset 16 times but has now been sentenced to ...
A former top Halliburton executive will serve 2 1/2 years in prison after pleading guilty in Houston federal court to orchestrating a $180 million bribery scheme to secure $6 billion in natural gas deals in Nigeria, the Justice Department announced Thursday. Albert “Jack” Stanley is the former CEO of KBR, ...
HOUSTON - After years of sentencing delays, a former KBR Inc. chief executive received two and a half years in prison Thursday for his role in a scheme to bribe Nigerian government officials in return for $6 billion in engineering and construction contracts. Albert "Jack" Stanley also must serve three years ...

KBR's former chief executive, Albert "Jack" Stanley, pleaded guilty in September 2008 for his role in the bribery scheme and is scheduled to be sentenced on May 5. In December, Nigeria's anti-corruption agency charged current and former KBR and Halliburton executives, including former Vice President ...
Last year Halliburton and KBR pleaded guilty in a U.S. court of paying off the Nigerian officials more than $180 million in bribes when Cheney was chief executive of Haliburton and were fined a record $579 million under the Foreign Corrupt Practices act, and a top KBR executive, Albert "Jack" Stanley was ...
A senior executive of Technip, KBR's former CEO, Albert “Jack” Stanley, and others “met with successive holders of a top-level office in the executive branch of the Nigerian government to ask the office holders to designate a representative with whom the joint venture should negotiate bribes to Nigerian ...
In a Federal courtroom in Texas last September, Albert "Jack" Stanley, the former CEO of KBR, pleaded guilty to bribery. The scheme he masterminded to secure a massive natural gas contract in Nigeria's Bonny Island, involved $180 million in bribe payments to grease the deal. Stanley now faces seven ...
Albert Jack Stanley (Credit PBS's Frontline) HOUSTON -- In the world of Big Oil, Albert "Jack" Stanley was legendary for winning billion-dollar contracts in third world countries, the Halliburton executive who knew all the secrets of deals in places like Malaysia, Egypt and Yemen. In the wake of his admission ...
Two KBR officials who had worked with Tesler, Wojciech Chodan and Albert (Jack) Stanley, KBR's former chairman and CEO, were sentenced ...
Three years later, Albert “Jack” Stanley, KBR's former CEO, was sentenced to 30 months in federal prison for his role in the scandal. As part of ...
June 1995: Albert Jack Stanley is promoted to president and chief operating officer of M.W. Kellogg after serving as executive vice president ...
Two KBR officials who had worked with Tesler, Wojciech Chodan and Albert (Jack) Stanley, KBR's former chairman and CEO, were sentenced ...
Former KBR Inc. chief executive Albert 'Jack' Stanley arrives at the federal courthouse for sentencing, Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012, in Houston for ...
Albert "Jack" Stanley, 69, pleaded guilty in September 2008 to accusations of routing $182 million in bribes to Nigerian government officials.
Albert “Jack” Stanley is the former CEO of KBR, a Halliburton subsidiary at the time of the bribes; he was tapped to run the company in 1998 by ...
Albert "Jack" Stanley also must serve three years of probation and pay $1,000 a month in restitution after he is released. Stanley pleaded guilty ...
KBR's former chief executive, Albert "Jack" Stanley, pleaded guilty in September 2008 for his role in the bribery scheme and is scheduled to be ...
In a Federal courtroom in Texas last September, Albert "Jack" Stanley, the former CEO of KBR, pleaded guilty to bribery. The scheme he ...
Albert Jack Stanley (Credit PBS's Frontline) HOUSTON -- In the world of Big Oil, Albert "Jack" Stanley was legendary for winning billion-dollar ...
Three years later, Albert “Jack” Stanley, KBR's former CEO, was sentenced to 30 months in federal prison for his role in the scandal. As part of ...
June 1995: Albert Jack Stanley is promoted to president and chief operating officer of M.W. Kellogg after serving as executive vice president ...
Two KBR officials who had worked with Tesler, Wojciech Chodan and Albert (Jack) Stanley, KBR's former chairman and CEO, were sentenced ...
Former KBR Inc. chief executive Albert 'Jack' Stanley arrives at the federal courthouse for sentencing, Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012, in Houston for ...
Albert "Jack" Stanley, 69, pleaded guilty in September 2008 to accusations of routing $182 million in bribes to Nigerian government officials.
Albert "Jack" Stanley also must serve three years of probation and pay $1,000 a month in restitution after he is released. Stanley pleaded guilty ...
Albert “Jack” Stanley is the former CEO of KBR, a Halliburton subsidiary at the time of the bribes; he was tapped to run the company in 1998 by ...
Albert "Jack" Stanley also must serve three years of probation and pay $1,000 a month in restitution after he is released. Stanley pleaded guilty ...
KBR's former chief executive, Albert "Jack" Stanley, pleaded guilty in September 2008 for his role in the bribery scheme and is scheduled to be ...
... $579 million under the Foreign Corrupt Practices act, and a top KBR executive, Albert "Jack" Stanley was sentenced to seven years in prison.
In a Federal courtroom in Texas last September, Albert "Jack" Stanley, the former CEO of KBR, pleaded guilty to bribery. The scheme he ...
HOUSTON -- In the world of Big Oil, Albert "Jack" Stanley was legendary for winning billion-dollar contracts in third world countries, the ...
Three years later, Albert "Jack" Stanley, KBR's former CEO, was sentenced to 30 months in federal prison for his role in the scandal.
Three years later, Albert "Jack" Stanley, KBR's former CEO, was sentenced to 30 months in federal prison for his role in the scandal.
Three years later, Albert "Jack" Stanley, KBR's former CEO, was sentenced to 30 months in federal prison for his role in the scandal.


 

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