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Tokyo High Court says Twitter need not delete tweets on arrest history

In 2017, Japan’s top court set strict standards in a similar lawsuit,

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German lower house backs VAT cut from July 1

The Bundesrat upper house is expected to back the VAT cut

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Shell faces UK supreme court case over Niger delta pollution

Communities say decades of pollution have contaminated water wells with potentially cancer-causing chemicals

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BAT court bid to overturn South Africa tobacco ban hit by delay

British American Tobacco group says only the illegal cigarette trade will benefit as case is put back to August

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Brussels to call for probe into German regulator over Wirecard

Move comes just days before Berlin assumes rotating EU presidency

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26

Fed caps dividends and bans buybacks by big US banks

Wells Fargo and Goldman Sachs shares fall in after-hours trading after central bank acts

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Trump administration asks Supreme Court to axe Obamacare: US

The legal push is sure to be an important political battleground in the presidential election

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25

Uber under pressure from drivers and prosecutors in California: US

State attorney-general seeks injunction on employment rules as protesters target CEO

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25

Google strikes deals to pay for news in three countries

Licensing agreements include select publishers in Germany, Australia and Brazil

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25

Amazon creates Counterfeit Crime Unit: US

The global team, made up of former federal prosecutors, experienced investigators, and data analysts, will support the company’s existing efforts to protect its customers from counterfeit goods.

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Bayer to pay up to $10.9bn to settle US Roundup lawsuits

Chief executive of German group says deal will ‘bring a long period of uncertainty to an end’

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U.S. House judiciary panel intends to subpoena Attorney General Barr

A spokeswoman for the committee confirmed the move on Monday, but said no official date had been set for Barr’s appearance.

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Germany says Facebook must comply with antitrust ruling on data use

Group must offer users a choice when it collects and merges data from outside its ecosystem.

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EasyJet faces group legal claim over cyber attack data breach

About 10,000 of the low-cost airline’s customers have joined the action

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24

International Criminal Court members defend it in face of U.S. sanctions

A joint statement drafted by Costa Rica and Switzerland was backed by 67 out of 123 of the ICC’s members

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U.S. judge orders heads of GM, FCA to try to resolve GM racketeering lawsuit

GM filed the racketeering lawsuit against FCA last November.

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Japan to step up measures to attract foreign finance workers: ruling party draft

Japan has sought for years to attract foreign professionals

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23

Manhattan gains a US attorney with a reputation for Independence: US

Audrey Strauss, the behind-the-scenes prosecutor and corporate lawyer, takes the spotlight

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23

US Supreme Court limits SEC’s power to recover ill-gotten gains

The court in a 8-1 decision said the US securities regulator could only obtain a sum reflecting the net profits of a scheme

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Trump suspends entry of certain foreign workers despite business opposition: US

He also blocked those entering on H-2B seasonal worker visas, used by landscapers and other industries.

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