A general term to cover many other crimes, a person (even though operating as a corporation or business entity) can be prosecuted for business-like acts or conduct.
These acts can be committed by one person or a number of people. And these acts can be committed through electronic means, verbal, or physical actions.
Here are some examples of corporate crimes that can come in many forms:
- Bribery of an Elected Official (Penal Code Section 85 & 86)
- Bribery of an Officer (Penal Code Section 67 & 68)
- Embezzlement (Penal Code Section 503)
- Conspiracy (Penal Code Section 182)
- Extortion (Penal Code Section 518)
- Money Laundering
- Grand Theft
As one can see, many particular crimes can be attached to a corporate entity so long as it can be traced to someone who has made a decision or an act that qualifies as criminal conduct.