OCT
2
2019

Canada lawyer rejects ‘narrative of abuse’ by Meng Wanzhou’s legal team, saying timing of arrest demanded ‘discretion’

John Gibb-Carsley, one of the Canadian crown lawyers representing the US in the hearing.

OCT
2
2019

Boris Johnson unveils Brexit plan for alternative to backstop:UK

Prime minister hails new proposals as ‘fair and reasonable compromise’

OCT
2
2019

U.S. SEC proposes exchanges seek public consultation on data fee changes

SEC said securities exchange operators must do a better job of describing and justifying their fees when they make a filing.

OCT
2
2019

US court says FCC cannot bar states from setting net neutrality rules

The Federal Communications Commission cannot bar states from passing their own net neutrality laws, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia ruled.

OCT
2
2019

Johnson & Johnson settles Ohio lawsuits to avoid federal trial

Opioids were involved in 400,000 overdose deaths in the United States from 1999 to 2017

OCT
1
2019

U.S. Democrats subpoena Trump lawyer Giuliani in impeachment probe

They said Giuliani had stated that he had evidence such as text messages and telephone records

OCT
1
2019

Singapore ´fake news´ law to come into force, but worry it could stifle free speech

The law was passed earlier this year after a public consultation.

OCT
1
2019

Juul suspends broadcast, print and digital product advertising in the US

The decision comes as Juul culls its staff and shakes up its executive ranks, replacing CEO Kevin Burns with former Altria executive K.C. Crosthwaite, effective immediately.

OCT
1
2019

Ford forms JV with Mahindra for India business

Mahindra will own a 51% stake in the joint venture while Ford will hold 49%

OCT
1
2019

Facebook, Google, Amazon face another House inquiry

House Small Business Committee Chairwoman Nydia Velazquez plans to invite the companies to face questions from the committee in late October.

SEP
30
2019

Australian government says prosecutors must seek approval before charging journalists

Porter said he told prosecutors the attorney general’s approval was needed before any prosecution.

SEP
30
2019

Japan court rejects damages suit over constitutionality of surname rule for married couples

The Supreme Court has upheld the constitutionality of the provision

SEP
30
2019

Japan Post Insurance says 1,400 improper-sales cases broke law

The admissions cast a shadow over the government’s plan to sell $10 billion

SEP
30
2019

Poland proposes coal mine expansion while lawsuit challenges largest European coal plant

This decision is juxtaposed with the EU’s goal of carbon neutrality

SEP
30
2019

1MDB scandal: Malaysia seeks to move Goldman Sachs case to higher court

The order came from the attorney general’s office, which did not specify its reasons, although such a move is usually due to the seriousness of the case

SEP
27
2019

Assisting a suicide is not always a crime, rules Italian court

Trial of a euthanasia activist who helped a tetraplegic, blind DJ to die may lead to new law

SEP
27
2019

HSBC flips crime-spotting tool to scope new business

HSBC declined to comment on how much it expects to make from the new system

SEP
27
2019

Facebook wins dismissal of investor lawsuit over privacy breach: US

U.S. District Judge Edward Davila in San Jose, California said the investors had failed to allege that Facebook.

SEP
27
2019

U.S. SEC finalizes rules to encourage public offerings, boost fund competition

The agency’s commissioners unanimously voted to appro

SEP
26
2019

ABN Amro hit by Dutch money laundering investigation

ABN Amro shares were down 9.9% at 1005 GMT, as the bank said it had no indication of the impact of the inquiry.

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