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Eni, Shell knew of 'sharks' in Nigeria graft case: judge

17 Dec 2018

MILAN An Italian judge said on Monday oil majors Eni and Royal Dutch Shell were fully aware their 2011 purchase of a Nigerian oilfield would result in corrupt payments to Nigerian politicians and officials.

Eni did not make thorough checks in Nigeria deal – former board member

01 Nov 2018

MILAN Eni made no thorough background checks on a middleman it hired to broker a $1.3 billion Nigerian acquisition, a former board member of the Italian oil group told a Milan court.

Eni did not make thorough checks in Nigeria deal – former board member

01 Nov 2018

MILAN, Oct 31 Eni made no thorough background checks on a middleman it hired to broker a $1.3 billion Nigerian acquisition, a former board member of the Italian oil group told a Milan court.

Exclusive - Italian freight forwarders consider lawsuit after bridge collapse

09 Oct 2018

GENOA, Italy Italian freight forwarders who say their business has been affected by a deadly bridge collapse in Genoa are taking legal advice and considering whether to sue toll-road operator Atlantia if the group is found responsible.

Italian prosecutors arrest ex-Deutsche Bank trader in Euribor probe

21 Sep 2018

LONDON/MILAN Britain's Serious Fraud office said on Friday former Deutsche Bank trader Andreas Hauschild was arrested in Italy over alleged manipulation of the Euribor benchmark and Milan prosecutors would need to decide whether to hand him over.

Italian judge jails two in Nigerian oil graft case

20 Sep 2018

MILAN An Italian judge sentenced two defendants in a Nigerian corruption case to jail on Thursday in the first ruling on one of the oil industry's biggest graft scandals.

UPDATE 2-Italian judge jails two in Nigerian oil graft case

20 Sep 2018

* Next hearing in main trial on Sept. 26 (Recasts, adds Shell and Eni comments, anti-corruption campaigner)

UPDATE 3-Italy court finds Saipem guilty in Algeria graft case but acquits Eni

20 Sep 2018

MILAN, Sept 19 An Italian court found oil services group Saipem and a former CEO guilty of corruption in a long-running trial over bribes in Algeria but acquitted oil major Eni.

AC Milan cleared to compete in Europa League after court overturns UEFA ban

20 Jul 2018

MILAN The Court of Arbitration for Sport on Friday overturned a decision by European soccer body UEFA to ban AC Milan from next season's Europa League competition, saying the Italian club's finances had improved after a recent ownership change.

UBI CEO, chairman sent to trial over governance allegations: sources

27 Apr 2018

BERGAMO, Italy The chief executive and chairman of UBI Banca were sent to trial with another 28 people on Friday over alleged governance irregularities at Italy's fifth-largest bank, a court document reviewed by Reuters showed.

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