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  • December 01, 2022

    FTX 'Free Fall' Demands Special Examiner, US Trustee Says

    A bankruptcy watchdog for the U.S. Department of Justice on Thursday urged a Delaware bankruptcy judge to appoint a special examiner to sift through the wreckage of FTX Trading Ltd., saying an independent investigation is needed to determine what led to the cryptocurrency exchange's "free fall" into bankruptcy.

  • December 01, 2022

    CarMax Inks Deal With Dozens Of AGs Over Recall Disclosure

    Used car dealer CarMax Inc. on Thursday reached an agreement with 36 attorneys general, promising to provide consumers with information about safety recalls on critical vehicle parts before selling them and setting what New York Attorney General Letitia James called "a new industry standard" for used car dealers.

  • December 01, 2022

    DC, Calif., Ill. AGs Try Again To Block Albertsons' $4B Payout

    The District of Columbia, California and Illinois again asked a D.C. federal judge to block Albertsons' planned $4 billion shareholder payout, arguing Thursday that while their temporary restraining order was rejected, they're entitled to a preliminary injunction because further investigation shows the dividend will harm Albertsons.

  • December 01, 2022

    Theranos Exec Balwani Wants Probation As Feds Seek 15 Yrs.

    Ex-Theranos executive Ramesh "Sunny" Balwani urged a California federal judge Wednesday to sentence him to probation for his investor and patient fraud conviction, arguing that he lost millions and never sought the "fame or media attention" his co-conspirator Elizabeth Holmes received, while prosecutors argued that his crimes warrant 15 years behind bars.

  • December 01, 2022

    Feds Weigh New Enforcement Advice On Apps, Compensation

    ​An official with the U. S. Department of Justice's Criminal Division said Thursday it is considering new guidance for provisions of its revised corporate criminal enforcement policy that relate to the government's evaluation of business' compensation structures and the use of secret messaging apps. 

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