A whistleblower who tipped off the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to accounting violations and other fraud concerning Monsanto’s blockbuster herbicide Roundup could receive up to $24 million of an $80 million penalty the agribusiness titan agreed to pay. If the unidentified tipster receives a higher percentage of the sanctions imposed by the SEC on Monsanto, it could be one of the largest awards the SEC’s Office of the Whistleblower has given since the Dodd-Frank Act instituted the program in 2010. An SEC investigation of the whistleblower’s allegations found that Monsanto had failed to account for millions of dollars in ... Read More
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