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New York - Huawei has endured a tenuous relationship with the United States for a decade, reaching a boiling point last week when the Trump administration banned American corporations from doing business with the Chinese company.
Source: Coin Telegraph
Blockchain entrepreneur Alex Tapscott is paying a $148,000 fine and will lead ethics seminars at three Canadian business schools per his settlement agreement with the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC), according to a report by...
Bayer’s stock price hit an almost seven-year low Tuesday, in the wake of a third U.S. jury verdict that found its Roundup weedkiller to be a cause of people’s cancer.
May 14, 2019 Bad governance makes banks perilous investmentsSource: Financial Times
As governance changes go, BBVA’s tweak at the end of last year to give its new chief executive a bit more power and its executive chairman a bit less was hardly hold-the-front-page news. All the more so because it coincided...
Source: The Car Connection
Two of Ford Motor Company's discontinued small cars may come back to haunt it for the second time. The automaker is facing potential legal action as a law firm in California hopes to undo an earlier class-action lawsuit in...
Source: CBS News
A jury in Oakland, California, has awarded a couple $2 billion in punitive damages after concluding that sustained exposure to Monsanto Co.'s popular Roundup weed killer led to their cancer diagnoses. The couple will receive an...
FRANKFURT- Bayer said on Sunday it was hiring an external law firm to investigate French media complaints that Monsanto, the U.S. seed maker it took over last year, had compiled a file of influential personalities.
Source: Fox News
National Rifle Association Chief Executive Wayne LaPierre billed the group’s ad agency $39,000 for one day of shopping at a Beverly Hills clothing boutique, $18,300 for a car and driver in Europe and had the agency cover $13,800...
May 10, 2019 FCC commissioner calls for investigation into Chinese telecoms operating in US networksSource: The Verge
On Thursday, Brendan Carr, a Republican commissioner at the Federal Communications Commission, called for United States national security agencies to investigate two Chinese telecommunications providers.
Around the world, 1.9 million customers who bought a Ford Focus or Fiesta are taking the automaker to task for selling faulty cars to unsuspecting customers. Ford is facing a potential $4 billion lawsuit, though the company...
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