Last week, two giant investigations, one coming to a close and another just beginning, kept IntraFish reporters busy.

A jury in the US District Court in San Francisco found former Bumble Bee CEO Chris Lischewski guilty of participating in a conspiracy to fix prices of canned tuna sold in the United States, ending a case that has gone on for years.

Meanwhile, Samherji has confirmed that it is in talks with Icelandic authorities in the early stages of an investigation regarding the whitefish giant's cash-for-quotas scandal.

As the PR crises kept coming, Business Reporter Nina Unlay gave her two cents in a column about the industry's ongoing PR battle.

Editor-in-Chief Drew Cherry, Business Reporters Rachel Sapin, John Evans, and Nina Unlay lay it all out.

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