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Russian Economy Minister Ulyukayev arrested over alleged $2-million bribe
Alexey UlyukayevNovember 15, 2016 ET
Russian Economy Minister Alexey Ulyukayev was arrested on suspicion of taking a bribe, the Investigative Committee told RAPSI.
Former Autonomy CFO charged with wire fraud
Hewlett-PackardNovember 14, 2016 ET
A federal grand jury indicted Sushovan Hussain with conspiracy to commit wire fraud and multiple counts of wire fraud.
Toyota to pay $3.4bn over corrosion in 1.5 million U.S. trucks and SUVs
Toyota truckNovember 14, 2016 ET
Toyota Motor has agreed to pay up to about $3.4 billion to settle claims that certain of its trucks and sport-utility vehicles lacked proper rust protection, leading to premature corrosion of vehicle frames.
Qatar Airways fined for operating flights in FAA-prohibited airspace
Qatar AirwaysNovember 11, 2016 ET
The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) fined Qatar Airways $185,000 for operating flights in regions in which a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) flight prohibition was in effect while carrying the American Airlines code.
SFR Group and Altice to pay gun-jumping fine of 80 million euros
SFR GroupNovember 10, 2016 ET
SFR Group and Altice have been notified of the decision of the French Competition Authority sentencing them to a 80 million euro gun-jumping fine in connection with the 2014 acquisition of SFR and Virgin Mobile.
PHH Mortgage Corporation to pay $28 million fine
PHH Mortgage CorporationNovember 10, 2016 ET
PHH Mortgage Corporation and its affiliate, PHH Home Loans LLC, will pay a $28 million fine as part of a consent order for violations of state and federal laws designed to protect homeowners.
Japanese auto company to pay $7.2 million criminal fine
Usui KokusaiNovember 9, 2016 ET
Usui Kokusai Sangyo Kaisha, an automotive parts manufacturer based in Shimizu, Japan, has agreed to plead guilty and pay a $7.2 million criminal fine.
Biocompatibles to pay $36 million to resolve criminal liability
BiocompatiblesNovember 8, 2016 ET
Pennsylvania-based medical device manufacturer Biocompatibles, a subsidiary of BTG, pleaded guilty to misbranding its embolic device LC Bead and will pay more than $36 million to resolve criminal and civil liability arising out of its illegal conduct, the Justice Department announced.
RBS to pay £400 million after small business scandal
RBSNovember 8, 2016 ET
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has agreed to refund around £400m of fees to smaller business customers hit by failings at bank's former Global Restructuring Group subsidiary, while also launching a new complaints process to be overseen by a retired High Court judge.
Germany widen Dieselgate probe to Volkswagen chairman
Hans Dieter PoetschNovember 7, 2016 ET
Volkswagen (VW) said on Sunday that German prosecutors had widened an investigation into suspected market manipulation to include supervisory board chairman Hans Dieter Poetsch.
Agricultural Bank of China to pay New York state $215 million
Agricultural Bank of ChinaNovember 7, 2016 ET
Agricultural Bank of China will pay a $215 million penalty for violating New York state's anti-money laundering law, the state's financial regulator said.
Ulster Bank Ireland fined €3.3m over money laundering and terrorist financing
Ulster BankNovember 4, 2016 ET
The Central Bank of Ireland fined Ulster Bank Ireland DAC and reprimanded it for breaches of the Criminal Justice Money Laundering & Terrorist Financing Act 2010.
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