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French financial authorities are looking into Andrej Babis’ acquisition of a lavish property on the French riviera through offshore companies ー a $22 million deal first revealed by ICIJ and media partners.
A new lawsuit alleges the company routed funds through partners to terrorists while Americans were risking their lives in Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria.
Politicians and advocates are demanding action in Spain, France and the United Kingdom.
What is the Uber Files? Who was in the leak? Who is the source of the data? What do the Uber Files reveal and why does the investigation matter? We answer common questions ICIJ has been getting from readers in this FAQ.
Former European Commissioner Neelie Kroes and French President Emmanuel Macron are facing critical questions about their past involvement with Uber.
Uber's former chief European lobbyist revealed today that he leaked 18.69 GB of emails, text messages and company records to The Guardian to expose Uber’s chaotic global rollout.
Executives agreed to share driver data to “contain” a tax audit and deflect from the tech giant’s use of European and Caribbean tax havens, new leak shows.
To “tame the bear,” Uber partnered with a Kremlin bank and offered stock enticements to Russian oligarchs, internal memos reveal.
When the ride-hailing giant called, powerful politicians answered, leaked text messages and emails reveal.
The Uber Files investigation reveals how the ride-hailing juggernaut would "embrace the chaos" as it stormed into new markets around the world, driven by assertive tactics and helped by powerful friends.
ICIJ’s latest investigation exposes how a massive lobbying machine paved the tech giant’s road to global domination.
Read the full statement from Uber spokeswoman Jill Hazelbaker, in response to questions asked by ICIJ and its media partners as part of the Uber Files investigation.
Read the full statement from a spokeswoman for the Uber founder and former CEO, in response to questions asked by ICIJ and its media partners as part of the Uber Files investigation.
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Proposed in the wake of the Pandora Papers, the Enablers Act requires trust companies, lawyers, art dealers and others to vet clients seeking to move money and assets into the American financial system.
MONEYVAL rebuked governments across Europe for failing to combat money laundering or police lawyers, accountants and other professionals who facilitate financial crime.
Börje Ekholm faces a critical shareholder vote after ISIS revelations sent the company’s stock tumbling.
The fast-food giant is a partner in a Cyprus-registered joint venture with VTB Bank, known as Putin’s “piggy bank,” that shuffled money to and from an anonymous shell company in Seychelles.
What sort documents were leaked? Will ICIJ publish the Ericsson List files? Who was in the data? Frequently asked questions about the Ericsson List investigation, answered.
By blocking businessmen close to President Vladimir Putin, the measures aim to raise economic pressure against the Kremlin over its actions in Ukraine.
ICIJ investigations over the years have uncovered massive money movements by prominent Russians close to President Vladimir Putin who have earned scrutiny by international authorities.
A leading researcher discusses how economic and diplomatic measures against China are playing out for Uyghurs facing mass surveillance and detention.
Leading politicians, governments, and elites from all over the world have been roiled by the largest-ever ICIJ investigation, which changed the global conversation on tax havens and financial crime.
ICIJ’s 2020 Luanda Leaks investigation revealed how decades of inside deals turned dos Santos, the daughter of Angola’s longtime former ruler, into Africa’s richest woman.
Executives and investors profiting from four corporate polluters around the world used offshore companies to multiply their riches and avoid scrutiny, Pandora Papers show.