Safeway reached an $8 million settlement to resolve allegations that its 71 California gas stations were in violation of state environmental laws.
- The Hill
A federal judge in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday agreed to dismiss a lawsuit that pro-Trump lawyer Sidney Powell filed against Dominion Voting Systems as the voting machine company pursues a $1.3 billion defamation claim against her. In a three-page ruling, U.S. District Judge Carl Nichols granted Dominion’s request to toss the case after finding Powell…
- Business Insider
Amazon is reportedly encouraging their US call center employees to work from home indefinitely — so they can eventually close their offices
Amazon is reportedly telling call center employees in the US to keep working from home to ultimately reduce real estate costs.
(Bloomberg) -- One of Apple Inc.’s most senior executives is leaving after he turned up in a viral video on TikTok making an off-color joke that he fondles “big-breasted women” for a living.Most Read from BloombergMacKenzie Scott Files for Divorce From Science Teacher HusbandMeta to Cut Headcount for First Time, Slash Budgets Across TeamsTrump Refuses to Delay Florida Deposition in Phone-Fraud Case Despite HurricaneStocks Plummet to 22-Month Low as Fed Hawks Circle: Markets WrapTop Apple Executi
- Business Insider
Wall Street banks including Bank of America and Goldman Sachs fined $1.8 billion over failures in monitoring how staff used personal phones to talk about work
A Goldman Sachs senior investment banker sent and received "tens of thousands" of off-channel text messages, the SEC said.
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- American City Business Journals
The Boeing Co., which carries an economic heft in Ohio and the Dayton region, has secured a large order.
(Bloomberg) -- Former Trump campaign lawyer Sidney Powell’s countersuit challenging a voting machine maker’s $1.3 billion defamation suit against her was dismissed by a federal judge.Powell, who widely spread a false conspiracy theory that Dominion Voting Systems Inc. rigged the 2020 presidential election against Donald Trump, claimed that the company was abusing the legal process by suing her. She said the suit was suppressing public criticism and harming her reputation.US District Judge Carl N
- Business Insider
Insider analyzed data to figure out how much Big Tech firms like Google, Disney, and Hulu pay their staff.
- Miami Herald
The legal battle over the control of a Miami bank alleged to have been secretly run by the Venezuelan government is heating up, following the efforts of its original owner to take back the reins of the bank’s Curaçao-based parent company.
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- The Root
P. Diddy has found himself in some legal trouble thanks to a former nanny who used to take care of his children.
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- The Recount
President Biden threatens to order investigations into oil companies if they raise prices during Hurricane Ian.
While speaking at the White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health, President Biden threatened to order investigations into oil companies if they raised the prices of gasoline during Hurricane Ian. Do not, let me repeat, do not, do not use this as an excuse to raise gasoline prices or gouge the America people. Price of oil has stayed relatively low, it kept going down.
- Visalia Times-Delta | Tulare Advance Register
A law signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom on Labor Day faces a referendum driven by corporate franchisors.
In blow to NRA, judge allows New York attorney general to seek court-imposed monitor and to demand Wayne LaPierre forfeit millions
NY AG Letitia James gets green light to seek financial monitoring for the NRA and to pursue multi-million-dollar penalties from CEO Wayne LaPierre.
- Yahoo Finance Canada
Utilities fear costly missteps in navigating the energy transition, according to one policy expert.
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- Lexington Herald-Leader
The lawsuit states Bud’s Gun Shop sold the rifle to the shooter despite the fact that it is illegal for residents in Highland Park, Ill., to own assault weapons.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday fined the Chinese affiliate of Deloitte, one of the "Big Four" accounting firms, $20 million for letting some clients, including foreign companies listed on U.S. exchanges, conduct their own audit work. Over multiple years, Deloitte's Chinese affiliate asked some clients to select their own samples for testing and to prepare documentation that gave the appearance that Deloitte-China had tested the clients' financial statements and internal controls, when there was no evidence it had in fact done so, the SEC said. Auditors are essential gatekeepers in the financial markets, with both issuers and investors relying on them to critically and independently examine issuers' financial statements, identify any material misstatements in them, and sign off on them when they are free of material errors.