Legal & Regulatory

Amazon Faces Legal Pressure Over Alleged Discrimination Against Pregnant Warehouse Workers

Federal Judge orders Amazon to comply with Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's subpoena investigating pregnancy discrimination claims by warehouse workers.

EU Regulators Accuse Elon Musk's X of Misleading Users With Blue Check Accounts

Elon Musk's social media platform, X, was initially found to be violating the Digital Services Act (DSA) by misleading users and failing to comply with key transparency standards...

AT&T Reveals Latest Data Breach Affected Customer Call and Text Records

AT&T disclosed a major data breach in 2022 that affected the call and text records of nearly all its mobile users over a six-month period. This is considered one of the largest breaches of private com..

Regulator Tells Amazon to Improve Treatment of Suppliers

The British Groceries Code Adjudicator demanded Amazon to take “swift and comprehensive action” to improve its compliance with industry regulations regarding supplier protection or face a formal inves..

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Builders Sued Over Boise Airport Hangar Collapse That Killed Two, Allegedly Due to Reckless Shortcuts
The families of two construction workers killed in the Boise airport hangar collapse are suing several companies involved in the project, alleging reckless construction practices and the use of inappr
Dollar General Agrees to $12 Million Fine, Promises Safer Work Environments
Dollar General has agreed to pay a $12 million fine and implement enhanced safety measures across its nationwide retail stores following a settlement with the US Department of Labor.
Palestinians Accuse Microsoft of Unfairly Shutting Down Their Accounts, Disrupting Their Communications
Microsoft allegedly shut down accounts of Palestinians abroad, making them unable to connect to online services, including Skype, for communication with Gaza.
IRS Recovers $1 Billion Unpaid Taxes From Wealthy Individuals Amid Budget Cut Threats From GOP
The IRS has successfully collected $1 billion in back taxes from high-wealth taxpayers under Biden's economic package, aiming to enhance tax fairness and compliance while facing potential budget cuts
Archegos Founder Bill Hwang Found Guilty of Securities Fraud
Defunct hedge fund firm Archegos Capital Management founder Bill Hwang has been found guilty of securities and market manipulation fraud which prosecutors claimed cost global investment banks billions
New York Hotels Will Not Be Permitted to Use Small Shampoo and Lotion Bottles — Here’s Why
Hotel guests in New York will no longer be able to receive "hospitality care" goods like shampoo and lotion in small bottles.
BMW Recalls More Than 390,000 US Cars Over Potential Issues With Takata Airbags
BMW has issued a recall for 394,000 cars in the US because of defective Takata airbag inflators that might cause severe or fatal injuries.
UK Unveils New Stock Market Listing Rules to Simplify, Streamline the Process
As UK IPOs declined, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has proposed new regulations for stock market listings.
Australian State Requires Retailers to Close for Anzac Day, Retailers Slam Decision
The Australian state of New South Wales announced that general retail trade would be closed for the entirety of April 25 every year in commemoration of Anzac Day.
Elon Musk Wins the $500 Million Severance Lawsuit Filed by Terminated Twitter Employees
Elon Musk was held not liable for failing to pay at least $500 million in severance to thousands of Twitter employees he laid off after buying the firm.
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