The investigators are also determining whether any possible bribery occurred in Pakistan.
A subsidiary that makes in-flight entertainment and communications systems is under investigation for allegedly paying bribes to secure contracts, according to documents reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.
The consumer electronics maker says it brought in law enforcement authorities to investigate allegations of illegal payments by supply chain partners to Foxconn executives.
The Wall Street Journal reports that lawyers at the Justice Department and the Securities and Exchange Commission are looking into claims in China, Italy, and Romania.
The DOJ and SEC widen investigation into whether Hewlett-Packard subsidiary paid bribes in Russia to help win multimillion dollar contract.
In its first-ever TV ad for Cashback, Microsoft is appealing to your more exalted decision-making instincts: those residing near your pocket.
Justice Department is also reportedly examining whether HP violated the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, a law barring U.S. companies from bribing foreign governments or officials.
Germany and Russia are looking into claims that HP paid millions to win a contract in Russia, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The Department of Justice joins the SEC and German and Russian authorities investigating whether the company paid $10.9 million to win a computer equipment contract in Russia.
Intel used payments to keep computer makers from selling systems with AMD chips, according to New York's attorney general. It's a new front in an old Intel war.