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Jurors in the antitrust trial of three former foreign exchange traders for Citigroup, Barclays PLC and JPMorgan Chase & Co. units on Friday heard a recording of a former Barclays trader voice concern about his allegedly collusive trading behavior in the forex market as prosecutors wrapped up their witness testimony.
Harvard officials were cautioned against trumpeting the school's admissions boost for low-income students in 2013 because doing so would call attention to more "controversial" data about whether Asian-Americans faced discrimination in the process, according to emails discussed Friday in the closely watched trial.
A Texas appeals court on Thursday affirmed a $14.7 million trial win by an HVAC technician who was seriously injured when an Emerson Electric compressor ignited him with a spray of scalding oil, ruling that the technician’s training did not negate the need for Emerson to issue adequate warnings.
A Kansas jury on Thursday acquitted two water park maintenance workers on charges of lying to investigators looking into the death of a 10-year-old boy on the since-closed world’s tallest water slide at the Schlitterbahn amusement park in Kansas City.
NCAA athletes on Friday blasted the association's rules limiting athlete compensation in written closing arguments of a landmark antitrust trial, arguing that fans won't stop watching college sports if athletes are paid and amateurism is an "economically invalid" myth.