After surveying the OECD's "Phase 3" review of U.S. global anti-corruption efforts, Markus concludes that U.S. diplomatic pressure, buoyed by the OECD's encouraging findings, signals an era of continued domestic and international efforts to stem the tide of global corruption. Companies that fail to appropriately adapt to this new enforcement reality risk exposure not only to massive fines and financial penalties, but also to stiffening criminal sanctions.  Read the full article.