Trust Digest 139 (May 16, 2016)

FDA Reports Cites Flaws at Frozen Food Plant Linked to Listeria Outbreak

Frozen fruit and vegetables have been recalled amid concerns about a dangerous strain of the bacteria.

Key Words: FDA, Recall, Listeria

Trust Issues: Security, Integrity, Capability                                                                


Obama’s Health Law Wrongly Repaying Funds to Insurers, Judge Says

Judge sides with House Republicans, ruling unappropriated funds can’t be used to reimburse insurers. 

Key Words: Obama Administration, Affordable Care Act, White House  
Trust Issues: Relative Power, Integrity, Predictability 

Facebook's Zuckerberg to meet conservatives on political bias flap  
Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg will meet this week with prominent conservatives in the media, a spokesman said on Sunday, to address allegations of political bias at the popular social networking site. 
Key Words: Facebook, conservatives, political bias  
Trust Issues: Similarities, Interests, Communication

Bribery Taints $2 Trillion of Transactions Globally, IMF Says 
The broader cost of graft, fraud and other forms of official corruption is likely much higher.  
Key Word: Bribery, IMF, Global  
Trust Issues: Security, Power, Integrity 

Bangladesh Central Bank, Swift Blame Each Other Over Heist 
Experts found traces of multiple hacker groups active in the bank’s network.   
Key Words
Swift, Bangladesh Central Bank, hacker groups

Trust Issues: Security, Integrity, Risk Tolerance, Capability


Argentina's former president Kirchner charged for manipulating economy

Argentina's former president, Cristina Fern√°ndez de Kirchner, was indicted Friday for allegedly meddling with the sale of dollars by the nation's central bank.
Key Words: Argentina, Latin America, economy 
Trust IssueRisk Tolerance, Integrity, Power

Norway's wealth fund to sue Volkswagen over emissions scandal

Norway's sovereign wealth fund, the world's largest, said on Sunday it plans to join the class-action lawsuits filed against Volkswagen AG over the German automaker's emissions scandal.

Key Words: Norway, Volkswagon, emissions scandal
Trust Issue
: Risk Tolerance, Benevolent Concern, Integrity

Domenico Scala: Fifa's independent audit committee president resigns

Domenico Scala, Fifa's head of auditing and compliance, has resigned in protest at reforms at the governing body of world football.
Key Words: Fifa, Domenico Scala, audit and compliance, world football
Trust Issue: Adjustment, Situational Security, Capability, Power

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