MAR
22

U.S. government sued for access to auto tariff probe report

The Commerce department declined to comment.

MAR
22

Trump signs executive ´free speech´ order for U.S. colleges

The order requires that schools ensure they allow students to express themselves in order to receive funds from 12 federal agencies that help fund universities and colleges.

MAR
22

Daimler taps Goldman to raise China BAIC shareholdingsources

A deal would be only the second since the world’s biggest auto market relaxed foreign ownership rules last year.

MAR
22

India establishes anti-corruption ombudsman

Under Section 3 of the statute, the Lokpal chairperson may be a current or former Chief Justice of India

MAR
22

EU Gives May Another Two Weeks to Avoid a No-Deal Brexit

May accepts offer to extend Article 50 process by two weeks

MAR
21

New Zealand Bans Assault Rifles in Wake of Deadly Attacks

Ban is immediate to prevent stockpiling of semi-automatics.

MAR
21

Radovan Karadzic sentenced to life in prison: Netherlands

After the first-instance judgment rendered in March 2016, which sentenced Karadzic to 40 years of prison.

MAR
21

Lithuanian pleads guilty in U.S. to massive fraud against Google, Facebook: US

Evaldas Rimasauskas, 50, entered his plea to one count of wire fraud before U.S. District Judge George Daniels in Manhattan.

MAR
21

U.S. top court jeopardizes Google settlement in internet privacy case

The plaintiffs had argued that Google violated federal privacy law by allowing other websites to see users’ search queries

MAR
21

Harvard sued by descendant of U.S. slave photographed in 19th century: US

A representative for Harvard declined to comment and said the university had not yet been served with the complaint.

MAR
20

Facebook agrees to advertising overhaul to settle U.S. discrimination suits

Under the agreement, Facebook will create a new advertising portal for ads linked to housing.

MAR
20

Supreme Court rules maritime law allows manufacturer liability for harm caused by product modifications: US

Though a federal district court ruled in favor of the manufacturers, the US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit reversed the decision, after which the manufacturers appealed to the Supreme Court.

MAR
20

Supreme Court rules certain immigrants do not have right to bond hearing: US

In an opinion by Justice Samuel Alito, the Supreme Court overturned two Ninth Circuit decisions.

MAR
20

Google Fined 1.49 Billion Euros by EU After ‘Over 10 Years’ of Bad Practices

EU competition enforcer imposed a record 4.34 billion euro fine on Google.

MAR
19

Elon Musk never sought approval for a single Tesla tweet, U.S. SEC tells judge

The ongoing public battle between Tesla’s chief executive and the SEC piles pressure.

MAR
19

Constitutional chaos after third vote on Brexit deal blocked: UK

Prime minister likely to have to request long article 50 extension after Bercow intervenes.

MAR
19

Philippines withdraws from ICC

The court has been conducting a preliminary examination into accusations that Duterte and other Philippine officials committed mass murder and crimes against humanity in a war on drugs.

MAR
19

India environment court suspends plan to expand coal-based power plant

It was observed that the mismanagement of the environment had contaminated the so

MAR
19

U.S. judge says Rio Tinto must face SEC fraud case

Rio Tinto’s market value is more than $93 billion, making the company one of the biggest in the SEC’s crosshairs.

MAR
18

China approves a new foreign investment law with winks at Trump and Europe

Chinese legislative body approved the text with more than 99%

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