OCT
22

Drug firms avert landmark opioid trial as talks on $48-billion settlement set to resume

Teva, the world’s largest maker of generic drugs, said it will make its contribution over three years.

OCT
22

Boris Johnson faces two crucial votes Tuesday as he tries to seal Brexit before the deadline

In the meantime, the European Union is closely monitoring events in the U.K. Parliament.

OCT
22

Exxon to face trial in New York investor fraud lawsuit

It is the first of several lawsuits currently pending against major oil companies related to climate change to go to trial.

OCT
21

Canberra´s legalization of cannabis clashes with federal laws: Australian

In September, the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) became the first of the country’s six states and two main territories to legalize the possession of up to 50 grams.

OCT
21

US House of Representatives committee approves prescription drug bill

Manufacturers would be incentivized to negotiate with the government to cap the price of the medication

OCT
21

Huawei in early talks with U.S. firms to license 5G platform - Huawei executive

Currently there are no U.S. 5G providers and European rivals Ericsson (ERICb.ST) and Nokia (NOKIA.HE) are generally more expensive.

OCT
21

Hong Kong Court rules same-sex marriage is not protected under their constitution

The judge reviewed the case but ultimately concluded that current Hong Kong law only protects opposite-sex marriage

OCT
21

Goldman Banker Arrested On U.S. Insider-Trading Allegations

A Goldman Sachs Group Inc. investment banker in New York was arrested over allegations of insider trading in the U.S., according to court records unsealed on Friday.

OCT
21

Supreme Court will hear challenge to Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: US

A decision in the case is likely by the end of June, meaning that the fate of the regulator will be announced in the middle of the 2020 presidential campaign.

OCT
21

Britain asks EU to postpone Brexit for third time after UK lawmakers delay vote on withdrawal deal

EU Council President Donald Tusk said he has received a letter from the British government requesting an extension of the Oct. 31 Brexit deadline.

OCT
21

House antitrust probe report likely by ´first part´ of 2020

Rohit Chopra, Commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission, as well as experts from Harvard Kennedy School and the American Enterprise Institute participated in the hearing.

OCT
18

U.S. Supreme Court to hear Trump appeal over rapid deportation dispute

A federal judge in Washington last month put a halt to the administration’s rule announ

OCT
18

Japan to pardon 550,000 convicts on occasion of imperial enthronement ceremony

The official said the pardons will involve those who were found guilty and were fined

OCT
18

Bud Light brewer Anheuser-Busch accuses MillerCoors of stealing its beer recipes

A judge sided with MillerCoors and barred Anheuser-Busch from claiming that its products have “no corn syrup.”

OCT
18

Brexit on a knife edge as PM Johnson stakes all on ´Super Saturday´ vote

Yet Johnson, the face of the Brexit campaign in the 2016 referendum

OCT
18

US House approves legislation supporting Hong Kong protesters

Chinese official have expressed opposition to the legislation, saying that China’s relationship with the US would be damaged by the measures.

OCT
17

Boeing 737 MAX victims´ lawyers to subpoena Southwest, American airlines

The subpoenas will be issued over the next couple of days, the lawyers

OCT
17

Swiss orders Gunvor to pay $95 million in Congo oil corruption case

It began investigating Gunvor as a company for organizational deficiencies in 2017.

OCT
17

UK and EU strike new Brexit deal in last-ditch talks

Sterling rises on news after the U.K. made concessions over the Irish border, an issue that had proven to be the biggest obstacle to a deal up to that point.

OCT
16

If a Brexit deal wins EU approval, Johnson still has no guarantee of a parliamentary victory: UK

Since Johnson took office in July the party has also lost other seats to by-election defeats and defections.

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