August 8, 2017

Whistleblower News From The Inside — August 8, 2017

By the C|C Whistleblower Lawyer Team

Why some athletes are reluctant to become whistleblowers — “New research exploring whistleblowing in sports shows that athletes are generally hesitant to report doping. This is despite the fact that these same athletes are opposed to personally using banned substances.” Business Standard

Russia’s anti-corruption crusader takes on Putin — Alexei Navalny has more than 1 million YouTube followers, more than 130,000 Russian volunteers for his presidential campaign, and has established dozens of campaign offices throughout Russia in an attempt to unseat the current president. CBS

More trouble for beleaguered Wells Fargo — “Wells Fargo, the scandal-plagued bank, is facing new regulatory scrutiny for not refunding insurance money owed to people who paid off their car loans early, according to people briefed on the inquiry.” NYT

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