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WCNC Charlotte
Showdown over HB2 could impact UNC systema lot," said student Demi Harris, as she walked across the UNC-Charlotte campus
Showdown over HB2 could impact UNC system
WCNC Charlotte / Posted an hour ago
a lot," said student Demi Harris, as she walked across the UNC-Charlotte campus on Friday. In a letter this week from the US Department of Justice, Governor McCrory and the UNC System are advised that the DOJ has ruled that House Bill 2 is a... Read more
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Goal.com
FIFA news: Ex-officials Bedoya and Jadue banned for lifefootball-related activities by the adjudicatory chamber of FIFA's independent E
FIFA news: Ex-officials Bedoya and Jadue banned for life
Goal.com / Posted 4 hours ago
football-related activities by the adjudicatory chamber of FIFA's independent Ethics Committee on Friday. In December, the US Department of Justice announced Bedoya and Jadue - both ex-CONMEBOL vice-presidents - had waived indictment and pleaded... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
North Carolina defiant over 'bathroom bill' deadline: 'We will take no action'added that the body would “look at what our options are at this point” in his f
North Carolina defiant over 'bathroom bill' deadline: 'We will take no action'
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 5 hours ago
added that the body would “look at what our options are at this point” in his first substantive comments since the US Department of Justice letter demanding that violations of sex discrimination statutes implied in HB2 be addressed. Pat... Read more
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The World Game
Ex-FIFA officials Bedoya, Jadue banned for lifeIn December, the US Department of Justice announced Bedoya and Jadue - both ex-
Ex-FIFA officials Bedoya, Jadue banned for life
The World Game / Posted 9 hours ago
In December, the US Department of Justice announced Bedoya and Jadue - both ex-CONMEBOL vice-presidents - had waived indictment and pleaded guilty to charges of racketeering conspiracy and wire fraud conspiracy. Their guilty pleas related to two... Read more
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Soccer Way
Ex-FIFA officials Bedoya, Jadue banned for life from all football-related activities by the adjudicatory chamber of FIFA's inde
Ex-FIFA officials Bedoya, Jadue banned for life
Soccer Way / Posted 9 hours ago
from all football-related activities by the adjudicatory chamber of FIFA's independent Ethics Committee. In December, the US Department of Justice announced Bedoya and Jadue - both ex-CONMEBOL vice-presidents - had waived indictment and pleaded... Read more
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SportsFan
FIFA ban former officials for lifesaid they had breached five articles of the world soccer body's ethics code inc
FIFA ban former officials for life
SportsFan / Posted 10 hours ago
said they had breached five articles of the world soccer body's ethics code including one relating to bribery. In December, the US Department of Justice said Bedoya and Jadue had pleaded guilty to racketeering conspiracy and wire fraud consp... Read more
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dna
Ranbaxy's Singh brothers asked to pay over Rs 2,500 crore penaltypromoters of concealment and misrepresentation of facts after Ranbaxy paid $500
Ranbaxy's Singh brothers asked to pay over Rs 2,500 crore penalty
dna / Posted 16 hours ago
promoters of concealment and misrepresentation of facts after Ranbaxy paid $500 million (nearly Rs ​3326.4 crore) to the US Department of Justice as settlement for misrepresenting facts. The arbitration tribunal has issued an award by a majority... Read more
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International Business Times
North Carolina vows to defy federal government over anti-transgender toilet law North Carolina's Republican leaders are standing firm in their support of a new
North Carolina vows to defy federal government over anti-transgender toilet law
International Business Times / Posted 18 hours ago
North Carolina's Republican leaders are standing firm in their support of a new anti-LGBT law after the US Department of Justice announced the law is a violation of the Civil Rights Act and Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. The new law,... Read more
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Business Standard India
Ranbaxy's Singh brothers told to pay Rs 2,562 crore fine to Daiichicourt has ruled that the Singh brothers did not share information with Daiichi
Ranbaxy's Singh brothers told to pay Rs 2,562 crore fine to Daiichi
Business Standard India / Posted 20 hours ago
court has ruled that the Singh brothers did not share information with Daiichi on investigations into Ranbaxy by the US Department of Justice (DOJ) and Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The arbitration court gave this judgment last week. It... Read more
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The Economic Times
Malvinder and Shivinder Mohan Singh to contest arbitration panel order on damages to Daiichiat units in India. In May 2013, Ranbaxy, then under the management control of
Malvinder and Shivinder Mohan Singh to contest arbitration panel order on damages to Daiichi
The Economic Times / Posted 20 hours ago
at units in India. In May 2013, Ranbaxy, then under the management control of Daiichi, agreed to pay $500 million to the US department of justice to settle criminal and legal suits. In November that year, the Japanese pharmaceutical company... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
The marijuana industry just scored a huge legal victory without setting foot inside courtThe marijuana industry scored a significant victory on Tuesday when the US Depa
The marijuana industry just scored a huge legal victory without setting foot inside court
Stamford Advocate / Posted 22 hours ago
The marijuana industry scored a significant victory on Tuesday when the US Department of Justice just dropped its four-year-long attempt to shut down Harborside Health Center in Oakland, California, the largest dispensary in the US, The San Francisco... Read more
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Connecticut Post
The marijuana industry just scored a huge legal victory without setting foot inside courtThe marijuana industry scored a significant victory on Tuesday when the US Depa
The marijuana industry just scored a huge legal victory without setting foot inside court
Connecticut Post / Posted 22 hours ago
The marijuana industry scored a significant victory on Tuesday when the US Department of Justice just dropped its four-year-long attempt to shut down Harborside Health Center in Oakland, California, the largest dispensary in the US, The San Francisco... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
The marijuana industry just scored a huge legal victory without setting foot inside courtThe marijuana industry scored a significant victory on Tuesday when the US Depa
The marijuana industry just scored a huge legal victory without setting foot inside court
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 23 hours ago
The marijuana industry scored a significant victory on Tuesday when the US Department of Justice just dropped its four-year-long attempt to shut down Harborside Health Center in Oakland, California, the largest dispensary in the US, The San Francisco... Read more
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Business Insider
The marijuana industry just scored a huge legal victory without setting foot inside courtThe marijuana industry scored a significant victory on Tuesday when the US Depa
The marijuana industry just scored a huge legal victory without setting foot inside court
Business Insider / Posted 23 hours ago
The marijuana industry scored a significant victory on Tuesday when the US Department of Justice just dropped its four-year-long attempt to shut down Harborside Health Center in Oakland, California, the largest dispensary in the US, The San Francisco... Read more
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Business Standard India
Singh brothers told to pay Rs 2,562-crore fine to Daiichicourt has ruled that the Singh brothers did not share information with Daiichi
Singh brothers told to pay Rs 2,562-crore fine to Daiichi
Business Standard India / Posted yesterday
court has ruled that the Singh brothers did not share information with Daiichi on investigations into Ranbaxy by the US Department of Justice (DOJ) and Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The arbitration court gave this judgment last week. It... Read more
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The Hindu
Singh brothers may contest court rulingan arbitration case in Singapore alleging that Ranbaxy concealed and misreprese
Singh brothers may contest court ruling
The Hindu / Posted yesterday
an arbitration case in Singapore alleging that Ranbaxy concealed and misrepresented critical information concerning the US Department of Justice and the FDA investigations. The Indian pharmaceutical company had pleaded guilty to charges related... Read more
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The Financial Express
Malvinder & Shivinder Singh asked to pay damages of Rs 2,500 crore in Daiichi-Ranbaxy caseaccusing the Indian promoters of concealment and misrepresentation of facts aft
Malvinder & Shivinder Singh asked to pay damages of Rs 2,500 crore in Daiichi-Ranbaxy case
The Financial Express / Posted yesterday
accusing the Indian promoters of concealment and misrepresentation of facts after Ranbaxy paid $500 million to the US Department of Justice as settlement for misrepresenting facts. The arbitration tribunal has issued an award by a majority... Read more
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Business Standard India
Pay Rs 2,500 cr to Daiichi for hiding facts, court tells ex-Ranbaxy promoters Malvinder & Shivinder Mohan Singhaccusing the Indian promoters of concealment and misrepresentation of facts aft
Pay Rs 2,500 cr to Daiichi for hiding facts, court tells ex-Ranbaxy promoters Malvinder & Shivinder Mohan Singh
Business Standard India / Posted yesterday
accusing the Indian promoters of concealment and misrepresentation of facts after Ranbaxy paid $500 million to the US Department of Justice as settlement for misrepresenting facts. The arbitration tribunal has issued an award by a majority... Read more
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New Kerala
Ranbaxy's original promoters fined Rs.2,500 crore on Daiichi sale - newkerala.com #59461to support Ranbaxy in its efforts to address and correct the conduct of the pas
Ranbaxy's original promoters fined Rs.2,500 crore on Daiichi sale - newkerala.com #59461
New Kerala / Posted yesterday
to support Ranbaxy in its efforts to address and correct the conduct of the past which led to the investigations by the US Department of Justice and the US Food and Drug Administration," the company had said in a statement. "Daiichi Sankyo... Read more
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The Economic Times
Former Ranbaxy promoters Malvinder and Shivinder Mohan Singh fined Rs 2,600 cr for hiding facts from Daiichiconcealment and misrepresented facts. The Japanese company had sought compensat
Former Ranbaxy promoters Malvinder and Shivinder Mohan Singh fined Rs 2,600 cr for hiding facts from Daiichi
The Economic Times / Posted yesterday
concealment and misrepresented facts. The Japanese company had sought compensation for losses that it was forced to pay the US Department of Justice. The arbitration order is a major setback on Malvinder Mohan Singh. His Younger brother Shivinder... Read more
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Anwar Ibrahim Blog
Malaysia’s attorney general faces wrath of fellow lawyers « Demi Rakyatmultiple investigations from outside Malaysia into Najib and financial dealings
Malaysia’s attorney general faces wrath of fellow lawyers « Demi Rakyat
Anwar Ibrahim Blog / Posted yesterday
multiple investigations from outside Malaysia into Najib and financial dealings linked to the government, not least by the US Department of Justice and prosecutors in Luxembourg and France. Back at home, meanwhile, Apandi himself is now the target... Read more
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International Business Times
US officials warn North Carolina that state's restrictive transgender toilet law is illegal The US Department of Justice has informed North Carolina that the state's law a
US officials warn North Carolina that state's restrictive transgender toilet law is illegal
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
The US Department of Justice has informed North Carolina that the state's law allowing discrimination against the LGBT community and restricting toilet choice by transgender people violates the federal Civil Rights Act. Federal authorities have given... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
California marijuana initiative qualifies for the ballothall to celebrate the federal government’s agreement to drop its four-year effo
California marijuana initiative qualifies for the ballot
Guardian Unlimited / Posted yesterday
hall to celebrate the federal government’s agreement to drop its four-year effort to close Harborside Health Center. The US Department of Justice still classifies marijuana as a Schedule 1 drug, regardless of the move across the country to... Read more
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The Register
FCC approves $17.7bn US cable mega-merger (no, not that one)owners $34.90 per share. The acquisition was announced in September of last yea
FCC approves $17.7bn US cable mega-merger (no, not that one)
The Register / Posted 2 days ago
owners $34.90 per share. The acquisition was announced in September of last year. The merger faced some scrutiny from the US Department of Justice over concerns that a European company controlling swathes of American cable infrastructure. Altice... Read more
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The Register
Gozi trojan mastermind sentenced by US court to time servedand “infected over one million computers globally and caused tens of millions o
Gozi trojan mastermind sentenced by US court to time served
The Register / Posted 2 days ago
and “infected over one million computers globally and caused tens of millions of dollars in losses” since, according to a US Department of Justice statement that accompanied Kuzmin’s sentencing. Kuzmin is credited with pioneering the now... Read more
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Computer Business Review
US court slaps $7m fine on Gozi malware creatorincluded information from 300 companies, including leading global banks and fin
US court slaps $7m fine on Gozi malware creator
Computer Business Review / Posted 3 days ago
included information from 300 companies, including leading global banks and financial services firms. According to the US Department of Justice, Kuzmin used an online identity "76," advertised his cybercriminal business in the name of "76... Read more
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MacNN
MacNN Editorial revisited: the US judiciary versus technologybeen in business far longer than Amazon. Recently, we have seen a slew of judg
MacNN Editorial revisited: the US judiciary versus technology
MacNN / Posted 3 days ago
been in business far longer than Amazon. Recently, we have seen a slew of judges willingly grant orders requested by the US Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation using the All Writs Act in attempts to compel Apple and... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Mentally ill in solitary: 'we're not addressing the problem, we’re making it worse'to one in three. Those statistics recently spurred the American Civil Libertie
Mentally ill in solitary: 'we're not addressing the problem, we’re making it worse'
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 3 days ago
to one in three. Those statistics recently spurred the American Civil Liberties Union in Florida to send a letter to the US Department of Justice, requesting a federal investigation. “We wish to bring to your attention the overuse of solitary... Read more
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The Trinidad Guardian
FCB moves on Jack to recover $1.2mis challenging his extradition to the United States where he faces fraud and mo
FCB moves on Jack to recover $1.2m
The Trinidad Guardian / Posted 3 days ago
is challenging his extradition to the United States where he faces fraud and money laundering charges arising out of a US Department of Justice investigation into FIFA officials. Warner was represented by Keith Scotland and Asha... Read more
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The Register
All US spy requests OK'dFBI to tap people's communications – and rubber-stamped every single one. This
All US spy requests OK'd
The Register / Posted 4 days ago
FBI to tap people's communications – and rubber-stamped every single one. This is according to documents from within the US Department of Justice. This figure is slightly up from the 1,379 applications in 2014. None of those were rejected... Read more
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Boston Globe
Iron Mountain to complete $2 billion acquisitionits $2 billion acquisition of Recall Holdings Ltd. on Monday. The companies wo
Iron Mountain to complete $2 billion acquisition
Boston Globe / Posted 4 days ago
its $2 billion acquisition of Recall Holdings Ltd. on Monday. The companies won approval for the deal last month from the US Department of Justice, on the condition that Norcross, Georgia-based Recall sell off some of its records operations, in... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Bernie Sanders' Wife: "It Would be Nice If The FBI Moved Along Hillary's Email Probe"For the past year, Republicans had been pushing both the US Department of Justi
Bernie Sanders' Wife: "It Would be Nice If The FBI Moved Along Hillary's Email Probe"
Zero Hedge / Posted 6 days ago
For the past year, Republicans had been pushing both the US Department of Justice and the FBI to move faster in their ongoing Hillary Clinton email probe, although as has been revealed recently, said probe is mostly being throttled by the DOJ... Read more
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The Register
Daft draft anti-car-hack law could put innocent drivers away for lifeto come up with a law that criminalizes even researching the problem. It's the
Daft draft anti-car-hack law could put innocent drivers away for life
The Register / Posted 6 days ago
to come up with a law that criminalizes even researching the problem. It's the same kind of thinking that encouraged the US Department of Justice to propose a sneaky rule change that would allow police to get blanket warrants allowing them to... Read more
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The Hill
National investment, leadership needed for school preparednessis required. This should include: Dedicated leadership based at the US Departm
National investment, leadership needed for school preparedness
The Hill / Posted 7 days ago
is required. This should include: Dedicated leadership based at the US Department of Education with close support from the US Department of Justice, the US Department of Health and Human Services, and the US Department of Homeland Security to... Read more
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Scotsman
US salmon firm fined for claiming Chilean fish came from ScotlandScotland has never conducted business with UpRiver Aquaculture. “We have worke
US salmon firm fined for claiming Chilean fish came from Scotland
Scotsman / Posted 7 days ago
Scotland has never conducted business with UpRiver Aquaculture. “We have worked entirely in accordance with the US Department of Justice (DOJ) in this matter and have provided all information requested. “In early 2013, we made the... Read more
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The Register
US govt quietly tweaks rules to let cops, Feds hack computers anywhere, anytimebeen broken into by cyber-criminals. This is being billed as a measure to help
US govt quietly tweaks rules to let cops, Feds hack computers anywhere, anytime
The Register / Posted 7 days ago
been broken into by cyber-criminals. This is being billed as a measure to help track down the operators of botnets. The US Department of Justice has been proposing the rule change for three years, saying it's just a procedural matter that... Read more
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CNET
Air Force seeks tech to keep hackers out of communicationsto iPads and apps, the US government has been focused on the harm that encrypti
Air Force seeks tech to keep hackers out of communications
CNET / Posted 7 days ago
to iPads and apps, the US government has been focused on the harm that encryption could cause to national security. The US Department of Justice has tried to get court orders forcing Apple to help decrypt iPhones in criminal and terrorism cases.... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
San Bernardino gunman's relatives arrested on marriage fraud chargesRizwan Farook this morning on charges related to committing marriage fraud to s
San Bernardino gunman's relatives arrested on marriage fraud charges
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 8 days ago
Rizwan Farook this morning on charges related to committing marriage fraud to subvert immigration laws, according to the US Department of Justice. Those charged include the brother of Farook, Syed Raheel Farook; the brother’s wife, Tatiana... Read more
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TechCrunch
Government requests for Facebook user data up 13 percenttransparency report also contains an indirect nod to lawsuits filed by Microsof
Government requests for Facebook user data up 13 percent
TechCrunch / Posted 8 days ago
transparency report also contains an indirect nod to lawsuits filed by Microsoft and Twitter against the US Department of Justice. Both companies are fighting in court to limit the use of non-disclosure orders that often accompany... Read more
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iol.co.za
Stopover? How to avoid paying morewouldn't be the first time major airlines stood accused of working together in
Stopover? How to avoid paying more
iol.co.za / Posted 8 days ago
wouldn't be the first time major airlines stood accused of working together in violation of the law. Last summer, the US Department of Justice confirmed it was investigating possible collusion among major airlines to limit available seats,... Read more
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Investors Chronicle
Diesel revelations choke faith in the car industryinvestors' fears about the rest of the sector. Shareholders in Daimler (DE:DAIX
Diesel revelations choke faith in the car industry
Investors Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
investors' fears about the rest of the sector. Shareholders in Daimler (DE:DAIX.N) in particular may be squirming after the US Department of Justice, which was responsible for giving VW such a hard time, ordered it to open an investigation into its... Read more
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The Economic Times
Godrej Consumer Products completes acquisition of Strength of Naturesaid it has completed acquisition of US-based Strength of Nature LLC after appr
Godrej Consumer Products completes acquisition of Strength of Nature
The Economic Times / Posted 8 days ago
said it has completed acquisition of US-based Strength of Nature LLC after approval from the Federal Trade Commission and US Department of Justice. "The approval has been received and the company has completed the acquisition, through a... Read more
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examiner.com
Identity theft: What you need to do If you become a victim of Ittheft wreckage. This can be a complex and laborious process. You can get in tou
Identity theft: What you need to do If you become a victim of It
examiner.com / Posted 9 days ago
theft wreckage. This can be a complex and laborious process. You can get in touch with the Federal Trade Commission and US Department of Justice. They can guide you through the process and offer you a wealth of information that will surely help... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Newly released bigoted texts from San Francisco police call cases into question14 officers sending bigoted messages in 2011 and 2012 was revealed in court fil
Newly released bigoted texts from San Francisco police call cases into question
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 9 days ago
14 officers sending bigoted messages in 2011 and 2012 was revealed in court filings for a federal corruption trial. The US Department of Justice is reviewing, at the request of the city’s police chief and mayor, the police department’s use of... Read more
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Business Standard India
Mitsubishi's two decades worth of cheatinginvestigators last week raided French manufacturer PSA Group as part of broader
Mitsubishi's two decades worth of cheating
Business Standard India / Posted 10 days ago
investigators last week raided French manufacturer PSA Group as part of broader checks into vehicle emissions, while Daimler AG said it initiated an internal probe into its certification process at the behest of the US Departmen... Read more
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dna
Volkswagen has no right to use emissions scandal crisis to deny wage hike to workers: Unioneuros ($18.3 billion) to help meet costs arising from its cheating. The carmak
Volkswagen has no right to use emissions scandal crisis to deny wage hike to workers: Union
dna / Posted 10 days ago
euros ($18.3 billion) to help meet costs arising from its cheating. The carmaker, which could still face more costs from a US Department of Justice investigation, also cut its dividend for the first time in six years. A "measured settlement is... Read more
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The Economic Times
Union says Volkswagen staff won't pay price for Dieselgate in wage talkseuros ($18.3 billion) to help meet costs arising from its cheating. The carmak
Union says Volkswagen staff won't pay price for Dieselgate in wage talks
The Economic Times / Posted 10 days ago
euros ($18.3 billion) to help meet costs arising from its cheating. The carmaker, which could still face more costs from a US Department of Justice investigation, also cut its dividend for the first time in six years. A "measured settlement is... Read more
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Canberra Times
Mitsubishi admits it has been cheating fuel efficiency data for 25 yearsinvestigators last week raided French manufacturer PSA Group as part of broader
Mitsubishi admits it has been cheating fuel efficiency data for 25 years
Canberra Times / Posted 10 days ago
investigators last week raided French manufacturer PSA Group as part of broader checks into vehicle emissions, while Daimler AG said it initiated an internal probe into its certification process at the behest of the US Departmen... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Mitsubishi admits it has been cheating fuel efficiency data for 25 yearsinvestigators last week raided French manufacturer PSA Group as part of broader
Mitsubishi admits it has been cheating fuel efficiency data for 25 years
Brisbane Times / Posted 10 days ago
investigators last week raided French manufacturer PSA Group as part of broader checks into vehicle emissions, while Daimler AG said it initiated an internal probe into its certification process at the behest of the US Departmen... Read more
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The Age
Mitsubishi admits it has been cheating fuel efficiency data for 25 yearsinvestigators last week raided French manufacturer PSA Group as part of broader
Mitsubishi admits it has been cheating fuel efficiency data for 25 years
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
investigators last week raided French manufacturer PSA Group as part of broader checks into vehicle emissions, while Daimler AG said it initiated an internal probe into its certification process at the behest of the US Departmen... Read more
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