Crime and No Punishment?

The Justice Department announced agreements under which Johnson & Johnson and the hedge fund SAC Capital would pay a total of $4 billion to settle long-running criminal investigations. But the government didn’t charge any individuals in either case and that has some in the world of business and law questioning whether companies can commit crimes if their executives don’t.

We get analysis from James Stewart, columnist at “The New York Times.

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