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Olympus Medical Systems pleads guilty to resolve US duodenoscope probe
Olympus Medical SystemsTuesday December 11, 2018 6:21AM ET
Olympus Medical Systems Corporation (Olympus) and a former senior executive in Japan pleaded guilty in Newark, New Jersey, to failing to file required adverse event reports involving infections connected to duodenoscopes, and to continuing to sell the duodenoscopes in the United States despite those failures, the Justice Department announced.
Three broker-dealers to pay more than $6 million for providing deficient blue sheet data
Securities and Exchange CommissionTuesday December 11, 2018 4:41AM ET
The Securities and Exchange Commission announced that three broker-dealers have agreed to pay more than $6 million to settle charges for providing the SEC with incomplete and inaccurate securities trading information in required SEC productions known as “blue sheet data,” which the SEC uses to carry out its enforcement and regulatory obligations, including the investigation of insider trading and other fraudulent activity.
SEC charges Agria Corporation and executive chairman with fraud
Lai GuanglinTuesday December 11, 2018 4:39AM ET
A multinational agricultural company has agreed to pay $3 million to settle charges that it concealed substantial losses from investors through fraudulent accounting in connection with its divestiture of its primary operating entity.
China fines six banks $22.76 million over wealth management violations
China Minsheng BankMonday December 10, 2018 5:48AM ET
China\'s banking and insurance regulator recently fined commercial banks over multiple violations including improper practices in wealth management.
Facebook fined 10 million euros in Italy for unfair use of subscribers' data
FacebookSaturday December 8, 2018 6:35AM ET
The Italian Competition Authority (ICA) has fined Facebook with two penalties worth 10 million euros (11.3 million U.S. dollars) overall for improper use of its subscribers\' personal data.
Seednet to pay $1m penalty for misleading barley performance claims
Landmark Operations LimitedFriday December 7, 2018 6:23AM ET
The Federal Court in Australia has ordered Landmark Operations Limited (trading as Seednet) to pay a $1 million penalty for making false, misleading and deceptive claims in a fact sheet for its barley variety known as ‘Compass’.
$200,000 penalty imposed for misleading claims about farmgate milk price
Murray Goulburn Co-operativeFriday December 7, 2018 6:05AM ET
The Federal Court in Australia has ordered former Murray Goulburn Co-operative Managing Director Gary Helou to pay $200,000 in penalties for being knowingly concerned in Murray Goulburn’s false or misleading claims about the farmgate milk price it expected to pay dairy farmers during the 2015-16 milk season.
Actelion to pay $360 million to resolve False Claims Act liability
ActelionFriday December 7, 2018 5:39AM ET
Pharmaceutical company Actelion Pharmaceuticals US, based in South San Francisco, California, has agreed to pay $360 million to resolve claims that it illegally used a foundation as a conduit to pay the copays of thousands of Medicare patients taking Actelion’s pulmonary arterial hypertension drugs, in violation of the False Claims Act, the Justice Department announced.
ev3 to plead guilty and pay $17.9 million for distributing adulterated device
CovidienWednesday December 5, 2018 4:56AM ET
Minnesota-based medical device manufacturer ev3 Inc. has agreed to plead guilty to charges related to its neurovascular medical device, Onyx Liquid Embolic System, and pay $17.9 million, the Department of Justice announced.
Brazil's CCR to pay $21 million to settle civil case
CCRFriday November 30, 2018 3:21AM ET
Brazil’s CCR SA agreed to pay 81.53 million reais ($21.20 million) to settle a Sao Paulo state civil lawsuit alleging the company and some of its units were involved in a graft scheme, the toll operator said on Thursday.
9 convicted in £16m and $21m FH Bertling bribery cases
ConocoPhillipsThursday November 29, 2018 6:26AM ET
Stephen Emler and Giuseppe Morreale pleaded guilty for their part in a corrupt scheme to secure a ConocoPhillips freight forwarding contract, eventually worth over £16m, for FH Bertling as part of the ‘Jasmine’ North Sea oil exploration project, it can now be reported.
CFPB fines Santander Consumer for auto add-on product
SantanderWednesday November 28, 2018 6:45AM ET
The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (Bureau) announced a settlement with Santander Consumer USA Inc., a consumer financial services company based in Dallas, Texas.
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