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Japan’s auto parts makers fined $76 million in South Korea over price fixing
Mitsubishi ElectricAugust 5, 2019 ET
Japan’s four-largest automobile parts makers were fined a combined total of 92 billion won ($76 million) by South Korea’s antitrust watchdog for fixing the prices of auto parts, officials said Sunday.
Justice Department reaches $3 million settlement with Nissan Motor
Nissan MotorAugust 2, 2019 ET
The Department of Justice announced that Nissan Motor Acceptance Corporation (Nissan MAC) has agreed to pay $3 million to resolve allegations that it violated the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA).
Japanese manufacturer agrees to plead guilty to fixing prices for hard disk parts
Hard diskJuly 30, 2019 ET
NHK Spring Co. Ltd. K Spring), a Japanese manufacturer of suspension assemblies used in hard disk drives, has agreed to plead guilty for its role in a global conspiracy to fix prices, the Department of Justice announced.
FINRA fines Citigroup Global Markets Inc. $1.25 million
CitigroupJuly 30, 2019 ET
FINRA announced it has fined Citigroup Global Markets Inc. (CGMI) $1.25 million for failing to conduct timely or adequate background checks on approximately 10,400 non-registered associated persons spanning a seven-year period.
Portugal sanctioned Super Bock for fixing minimum resale prices
Super Bock BebidasJuly 29, 2019 ET
The AdC (Autoridade da Concorrência) in Portugal sanctioned Super Bock Bebidas S.A., one board member and one director of the company to fines of €24 million for fixing minimum resale prices and other commercial conditions, of beverages in hotels, restaurants and cafes, over more than ten years (2006-2017).
After 7 years FTC finally imposes funny $5 billion penalty on Facebook
FacebookJuly 26, 2019 ET
Facebook will pay a record-breaking $5 billion penalty to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that the company violated a 2012 FTC order by deceiving users about their ability to control the privacy of their personal information.
Facebook to pay $100 million for misleading investors
FacebookJuly 24, 2019 ET
The Securities and Exchange Commission announced charges against Facebook Inc. for making misleading disclosures regarding the risk of misuse of Facebook user data.
FCA fines Standard Life Assurance £30 million for non-advised pension sales failures
Standard Life AssuranceJuly 23, 2019 ET
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined Standard Life Assurance Limited (SLAL) £30,792,500 for failures related to non-advised sales of annuities.
Bribery case in Hungary to cost Microsoft $26 million in two settlements
Microsoft HungaryJuly 22, 2019 ET
A Microsoft subsidiary agreed to pay more than $26 million to resolve claims that its employees bribed Hungarian government officials.
Equifax settles 2017 data breach for more than $600 million
EquifaxJuly 22, 2019 ET
Equifax announced a comprehensive resolution of significant U.S. consumer-related litigation and regulatory matters facing the company related to its 2017 cybersecurity incident.
New York City pharmacy owner and three managers arrested for participating in Medicaid fraud
First Choice PharmacyJuly 20, 2019 ET
New York Attorney General Letitia James announced the arrests of a New York City pharmacy owner and three of her managers for participating in a multi-million dollar Medicaid fraud scheme involving kickbacks and HIV drugs.
Financial Education Services settles with Georgia, will pay $1.75 million
Financial Education ServicesJuly 20, 2019 ET
Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr announced a $1.75 million settlement with Financial Education Services (FES) and its owners Michael Toloff and Parimal Naik, alleging that they violated the Georgia Fair Business Practices Act by operating an illegal credit repair business and using unlawful and deceptive practices in their multi-level marketing structure.
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