SEP
3

Brexit Fight Raises Prospect of New U.K. Election

Prime minister will risk losing office rather than back down

SEP
3

Google to pay up to $200 million to FTC on YouTube probe: US

The FTC voted 3-2 to approve the settlement and sent it to the Justice Department as part of the review process

SEP
3

Huawei Accuses U.S. of Harassing Workers, Attacking Network: China

U.S. has tightened scrutiny over China’s largest tech company

SEP
3

China lodges a tariff case against the US at the WTO

The United States began imposing 15% tariffs on a variety of Chinese goods

SEP
2

PSA acquires Penn Terminals, marking first foray into the US: Singapore

The acquisition from Macquarie Infrastructure Partners followed formal approval by authorities

SEP
2

North Korea Parliament alters constitution to solidify power of Kim Jong Un

Chapter 6 of the constitution titled “State Machinery” was modified. Prior to the amendment

SEP
2

EPA proposes rollback of methane regulations: US

The EPA has published a primary proposal and an alternative.

SEP
2

Europe should ignore ´treacherous promises´ of Facebook´s Libra currency: Germany

Given these challenges, European regulatory and supervisory authorities need to assert jurisdiction over Libra and also need global cooperation to mitigate its risks.

SEP
2

Lawyers seek $26 million in Volkswagen U.S. fuel economy settlement

Volkswagen said on Friday it had agreed to a $96.5 million court settlement to reimburse 98,000 consumers.

SEP
2

China, U.S. kick off new round of tariffs in trade war

U.S. President Donald Trump said the sides would still meet for talks later this month.

AUG
30

China will exempt Tesla cars from purchase tax

While the company does not disclose sales by country

AUG
30

Trump administration seeks to deport children with life-threatening illnesses: US

Families simply received letters telling them they had 33 days to leave.

AUG
30

Federal appeals court revives action against Ford for discriminatory hiring practices:US

The district court dismissed this suit for failure to exhaust administrative remedies.

AUG
30

SEC fines Juniper Networks more than $11.7 million to settle internal control violations: US

The cybersecurity firm violated internal accounting controls and record-keeping provisions of the FCPA

AUG
30

China banking regulator uncovers rule violations among smaller lenders

Three regional banks have been bailed out by Beijing this year.

AUG
30

Boris Johnson’s Plan to Suspend Parliament Survives Early Court Test: Scotland

Courts in Edinburgh and Belfast to hear challenges next week

AUG
29

U.S. judge rules for Regeneron, Sanofi in Amgen cholesterol drug patent fight

Repatha and Praluent won U.S. approval about two weeks apart in July of 2016

AUG
29

Boris Johnson faces third legal battle over prorogation: UK

Campaigner Raymond McCord seeking injunction over breach of Good Friday agreement

AUG
29

Tax body finds Facebook Japan failed to report ¥500 million in income over two years

Regulators are stepping up scrutiny over tax-saving measures taken by digital hegemons such as Facebook.

AUG
28

Europe rights court finds Russia denied Sergei Magnitsky basic rights

The court further noted that Magnitsky was held in conditions of severe overcrowding and was not provided an individual sleeping space

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