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Facebook ordered to pay 30,000 euros in France over ‘abusive’ usage terms
FacebookThursday April 11, 2019 7:23AM ET
A French court has ordered Facebook to pay 30,000 euros ($34,000) over “abusive” terms-of-use agreements that people had to accept in order to access their social media accounts, the consumer group which filed the lawsuit said Wednesday.
SEC charges former SeaWorld associate general counsel with insider trading
SeaWorldWednesday April 10, 2019 6:09AM ET
The Securities and Exchange Commission charged a former senior lawyer at SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. with insider trading based on nonpublic information that the company’s revenue would be better than anticipated for the second quarter of 2018.
Univar USA to pay U.S. $62.5 million to resolve antidumping duties allegations
saccharinTuesday April 9, 2019 2:46PM ET
Univar USA Inc. (Univar), a subsidiary of Univar Inc., of Downers Grove, Illinois, has agreed to pay the United States $62.5 million.
Standard Chartered to pay more than $1 billion for violation of Iranian sanctions
Standard CharteredTuesday April 9, 2019 2:38PM ET
Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) has agreed to forfeiture of $240 million, a fine of $480 million, and to the amendment and extension of its deferred prosecution agreement (DPA) with the Justice Department for an additional two years for conspiring to violate the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA).
Commission fines General Electric €52m for providing incorrect information in LM Wind takeover
Commission fines General Electric €52mMonday April 8, 2019 7:42AM ET
The European Commission has fined General Electric €52 million for providing incorrect information during the Commission\'s investigation under the EU Merger Regulation of GE\'s planned acquisition of LM Wind.
Three pharmaceutical companies to pay over $122m to resolve allegations that they paid kickbacks
Jazz PharmaceuticalsThursday April 4, 2019 4:51PM ET
The Department of Justice announced that three pharmaceutical companies, Jazz Pharmaceuticals, Lundbeck, and Alexion Pharmaceuticals, have agreed to pay a total of $122.6 million.
SEC charges transportation company executives with accounting fraud
RoadrunnerThursday April 4, 2019 6:58AM ET
The Securities and Exchange Commission charged the former CFO and two former employees of a publicly traded transportation company with fraud for manipulating the company’s financial results in order to meet earnings targets and projections.
Senior bankers in UK sentenced to 9 years for rigging EURIBOR rate
Carlo Palombo and Colin BerminghamTuesday April 2, 2019 6:53AM ET
Carlo Palombo and Colin Bermingham were sentenced to a total of 9 years imprisonment at Southwark Crown Court for manipulating the Euro Interbank Offered Rate (EURIBOR) at the height of the financial crisis.
8 jailed after substandard subway cables found in Shaanxi
subway ChinaSaturday March 30, 2019 6:42AM ET
Eight people on Friday received jail terms ranging from seven years to life imprisonment for supplying substandard electric cables for subway construction in northwest China\'s Shaanxi Province.
Fresenius Medical Care to pay $231 million to resolve FCPA charges
FreseniusFriday March 29, 2019 6:04PM ET
Fresenius Medical Care AG & Co., a German-based provider of medical products and services, has agreed to pay approximately $231 million.
Nissan Korea fined $13,200 for doctoring emissions data
Nissan KoreaThursday March 28, 2019 6:56AM ET
A Seoul court on Thursday levied a fine of 15 million won (US$13,200) on Nissan Korea, a local unit of Japanese automaker Nissan Motor, for falsifying emissions and gas mileage figures for some models sold in South Korea.
EC fines Nike €12.5 million for restricting cross-border sales of merchandising products
NikeMonday March 25, 2019 4:22PM ET
The European Commission has fined Nike €12.5 million for banning traders from selling licensed merchandise to other countries within the EEA.
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