Last week, Albert "Jack" Stanley, the former head of KBR when it was a subsidiary to Halliburton, pleaded guilty to bribing Nigerian officials. In a story out today on MSN Money, ProPublica's T. Christian Miller, in a collaboration with PBS's Frontline, reports on how the Stanley case is just part of a broader crackdown by prosecutors against U.S. execs for bribing foreign officials.

Here's the full story.

Also check out our resource page on the case and video of Stanley on his way to court to plead guilty.