All International Consortium of Investigative Journalists articles

  • Brasseur_opinion

    ‘Uber Files’ a reminder of toxic leadership’s lasting stain


    Uber’s troubled past is a story we already know, but the extent of the unethical activities alleged to have previously taken place within its walls still manage to make for gripping headlines—and serve as a reminder of the inescapable shadow of toxic leadership.

  • Global money dealings

    Pandora Papers: Takeaways for compliance


    The “Pandora Papers” could open Pandora’s box for all businesses and organizations found to be entangled in its worldwide web of shell companies, offshore tax havens, and secret trusts.

  • Blog

    Paradise Papers: The sequel to the Panama Papers


    Dubbed the Paradise Papers, more than 381 journalists in 67 countries embarked on an effort of massive proportions to parse through 13.4 million leaked documents—many that mention some of the world's largest companies—revealing that the shady world of shell companies, offshore tax shelters, and secret trusts is far more prevalent ...