The Justice Department hasn’t charged employees at two-thirds of nearly 400 companies that have settled criminal investigations or been convicted of crimes in recent years, according to newly analyzed data.
The analysis, by a University of Virginia law professor, highlights a question that has ignited debate in combating white-collar crime: Should the government hold individuals accountable when it charges companies with criminal wrongdoing?
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