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  • April 28, 2017

    Home Depot Settles Investor Suit Over Data Breach

    Investors in The Home Depot Inc. struck a deal to end their shareholder derivative suit against members of the retailer’s board of directors over a 2014 customer data breach, according to a proposed settlement filed in Georgia federal court Friday.

  • April 28, 2017

    Delfasco Can't Buy Bankrupt Conco Until 2019, 6th Circ. Says

    The Sixth Circuit on Friday rejected an appeal by shareholders of bankrupt military contractor Conco Inc. to allow its main competitor, Delfasco LLC, to purchase the company, affirming the findings of bankruptcy and district courts that the sale would violate a court-confirmed Chapter 11 reorganization plan.

  • April 28, 2017

    Seller In Stock Row Slams $20M Award In Federal Court

    A Canadian hedge fund founder urged a California federal court Friday to vacate a $20 million arbitration award he and others were ordered to pay a trading company that claims to have been the victim of a complex international stock scam, saying the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority tribunal exceeded its jurisdiction in granting it.

  • April 28, 2017

    US Investors In Chinese Online Lender Fight To Preserve Suit

    Shareholders in Chinese peer-to-peer lending company Yirendai Ltd. asked a California federal judge on Thursday to keep their securities fraud suit against the company and its executives alive, saying their request to dismiss the case rested on mischaracterizations and factual arguments the court couldn’t consider.

  • April 28, 2017

    Brazilian Fund Intermediary Wants $3.6M Award Confirmed

    A Brazilian intermediary for investment funds on Friday asked a New York federal court to confirm an arbitral award, now exceeding 11.4 million Brazilian reais ($3.6 million), against a broker after a tribunal found that the broker had failed to pay a bonus under the terms of the parties’ contract.

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