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Teva to pay Oklahoma $85 million to settle opioid claims
TevaMay 26, 2019 ET
Teva Pharmaceuticals USA and related affiliates of Teva Pharmaceutical Industries and the state of Oklahoma, have entered into an agreement for a one-time payment of $85 million to the state.
Former high-ranking Russian agriculture official to stand trial on abuse of office charges
Zabaikalsky KraiMay 24, 2019 ET
A court in Russia’s Chita city will consider a criminal case against ex-Agriculture Minister of the Zabaikalsky Krai Mikhail Kuzminov charged with abuse of authority, the website of the Prosecutor General’s Office reads.
McDonald's Japan fined for its fake roast beef burgers
McDonald's Japan beef burgersMay 24, 2019 ET
Japan’s Consumer Affairs Agency has fined McDonald’s after breaking the law and misrepresenting the Tokyo Roast Beef Burger sold in summer 2017.
IAV to pay fine for its role in Volkswagen emissions fraud
VolkswagenMay 23, 2019 ET
IAV was sentenced in federal court in Detroit to pay a $35 million criminal penalty.
EPA settles with Del Monte Fresh Produce for ammonia release
Del Monte Fresh ProduceMay 22, 2019 ET
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a settlement with Del Monte Fresh Produce (West Coast) Inc. for violations of federal chemical safety and reporting requirements following an ammonia release at its storage and distribution facility located in Sanger, California.
Fifth farmer pleads guilty in organic grain fraud scheme totaling nearly $140 million
Clarksdale, MissouriMay 21, 2019 ET
A Missouri man who conspired with others to sell grain fraudulently marketed as organic pled guilty in federal court in Cedar Rapids.
Tanzania fines Acacia Mining over environmental pollution
Acacia Mining TanzaniaMay 18, 2019 ET
Tanzania\'s environmental watchdog said on Friday it has slapped a fine of 5.6 billion Tanzanian shillings (about 2.4 million U.S. dollars) on Acacia Mining\'s North Mara Gold Mine after it was found leaking contaminated water into residential areas and water sources.
MegaFon guilty of discriminatory practices says antimonopoly watchdog
MegaFonMay 17, 2019 ET
The Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) found MegaFon, one of the largest mobile operators in Russia, responsible for discriminatory practices against private companies, according to the watchdog’s statement.
Ex-CEO of Siberian air carrier sentenced to 4 years for corruption
KrasAviaMay 17, 2019 ET
A court sentenced a former CEO of KrasAvia passenger airline based in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, to 4 years in prison for taking bribes, the press service of Russia’s Prosecutor General’s Office reports Friday.
Huge international cybercrime ring that stole $145 million dismantled
Scott W. BradyMay 17, 2019 ET
A complex transnational organized cybercrime network that used GozNym malware in an attempt to steal an estimated $100 million from unsuspecting victims in the United States and around the world has been dismantled as part of an international law enforcement operation.
Commission fines five banks €1.07 billion for participating in forex spot trading cartel
UBSMay 17, 2019 ET
In two settlement decisions, the European Commission has fined five banks for taking part in two cartels in the Spot Foreign Exchange market for 11 currencies Euro, British Pound, Japanese Yen, Swiss Franc, US, Canadian, New Zealand and Australian Dollars, and Danish, Swedish and Norwegian crowns.
Korea Vaccine fined for manipulating TB vaccine market
Korea Vaccine finedMay 16, 2019 ET
Korea Vaccine, a drug maker that imports most of the tuberculosis (TB) vaccines used in Korea, was fined and referred to the prosecution for manipulating the import of vaccines for babies to maximize profit, according to the Fair Trade Commission (FTC).
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