Canon Inc. and Toshiba Corporation have agreed to settle federal charges that the companies violated the premerger notification and waiting period requirements of the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act (HSR Act), when Canon acquired Toshiba Medical Systems Corporation from Toshiba in 2016.
Santander Securities (SSLLC) will pay $100,000 and reimburse clients to resolve allegations of deceptive marketing practices relating to the sale of unsuitable variable annuity products to Massachusetts seniors, Attorney General Maura Healey announced.
Attorney General Letitia James and United States Attorney for the Northern District of New York Grant C. Jaquith announced that Cathy Grossman, the owner and pharmacist-in-charge of Nassau Pharmacy, will pay $100,000 to resolve allegations that she and Nassau Pharmacy violated the federal and New York False Claims Acts by billing the federal and state governments for prescription drugs that Grossman and her staff never dispensed.
China\'s market regulator fined Ford Motor Co\'s main local joint venture 162.8 million yuan (£18.5 million) on Wednesday for violating anti-monopoly laws, the latest automaker with foreign partners to face such penalties.
Princess Cruise Lines and its parent, Carnival Cruise Lines and plc were ordered to pay a $20 million criminal penalty and will be subject to enhanced supervision after admitting to violations of probation attributable to senior Carnival management in a case in which Princess had already paid $40 million.
The Central Bank of Ireland reprimanded and fined Permanent TSB €21,000,000 pursuant to its Administrative Sanctions Procedure (“ASP”) in respect of serious failings to 2,007 tracker mortgage customer accounts which were impacted for the period between August 2004 and October 2018.
Heritage Pharmaceuticals, a generic pharmaceutical company headquartered in Eatontown, New Jersey, was charged for conspiring with its competitors to fix prices, rig bids, and allocate customers, the Department of Justice announced.
The board of Brazilian petrochemicals producer Braskem SA has approved an agreement with authorities to pay 410 million reais ($101 million) to settle its involvement in the ‘Car Wash’ corruption case, Braskem said on Monday in a filing.