Impact

Counting the Panama Papers money: how we reached $1.28 billion
Amy Wilson-Chapman · July 15, 2019

How did we reach the Panama Papers figure? Here’s a county-by-country list.

Australia set to join nations banning textured breast implants over cancer links
Sasha Chavkin · July 11, 2019

Australian authorities have proposed to ban or suspend 25 models of breast implants due to their association with elevated risks of a rare cancer.

Raids in Peru Target Former First Lady, Law Firms Linked to Odebrecht Pipeline
Sasha Chavkin · July 9, 2019

Peruvian prosecutors have raided 26 properties linked to alleged corruption connected to a pipeline constructed by disgraced multinational Odebrecht.

Nike’s Sweetheart Dutch Tax Deal Ignored ‘Economic Reality,’ EU Says
Simon Bowers · July 8, 2019

Europe’s competition chief has provisionally concluded that Nike paid too little tax in the Netherlands for each of the past 14 years.

Two Dominican Republic Officials Resign in Wake of Bribery Division Revelations
Sasha Chavkin · July 3, 2019

The Dominican Republic stock exchange president has resigned following revelations that companies linked to him received millions of dollars from Odebrecht.

European regulators poised to reveal limited implant safety data
Simon Bowers · July 2, 2019

Tens of thousands of confidential accident reports have been kept from doctors and patients every year, but some may get released.

‘This must be immediately investigated’
Sasha Chavkin · June 27, 2019

Politicians and advocates across the Americas have issued calls for reform or defended their records within a day of the Bribery Division being published.

Elizabeth Warren Demands Answers Over Misuse of Solitary Confinement
Spencer Woodman · June 21, 2019

United States Senator and Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren has condemned the use of solitary confinement on immigrant detainees as “cruel and…

Senators propose radical overhaul of US anti-money laundering regime
Douglas Dalby and Zshekinah Collier · June 17, 2019

Authorities in the United States have more information about library card holders than the owners of registered companies and this bipartisan group of U.S. senators wants to change that.

Canada joins textured breast implants ban over cancer links
Douglas Dalby · May 29, 2019

Canada has become the latest country to halt the sale of textured breast implants linked to an increased risk of rare cancer,…