SÃO PAULO—Shares in JBS, the world’s largest meatpacker, fell 2.5% early Monday after the Brazilian company picked its elderly founder José Batista Sobrinho to replace his jailed son as chief executive. The company’s announcement late Sunday sparked criticism as investors have called on JBS to bring in outside management to help the meatpacker weather a growing corruption scandal. Write to Luciana Magalhaes at...
SÃO PAULO—Brazilian authorities arrested the head of JBS SA, the world’s largest meatpacker, Wednesday for allegedly using insider trading to profit from a massive plea deal signed earlier this year amid a corruption probe. Wesley Batista, the current chief executive of JBS and the son of its founder, was arrested by Brazil’s Federal Police in an early-morning operation that came days after his brother, former JBS Chairman Joesley...
SÃO PAULO—Joesley Batista, the former chairman of meatpacking giant JBS SA, is ready to turn himself over to Brazil’s legal authorities after the country’s Supreme Court approved his arrest for allegedly reneging on the terms of a plea-bargain agreement, Mr. Batista’s lawyer said Sunday. High court Justice Edson Fachin approved the arrest following a request from Attorney General Rodrigo Janot, according to documents made public on...
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