Legal & Regulatory

Ticketmaster Suffers From Massive Data Breach Amid DOJ Lawsuit

Ticketmaster was hit by a massive data breach while facing a lawsuit filed by the US Justice Department. Is this karma?


Nissan Issues Urgent Warning to Stop Driving Older Vehicles Over Exploding Airbag Risk

Nissan urgently advises owners of approximately 84,000 older vehicles to avoid driving them due to the heightened risk of Takata airbag inflators exploding following a fatal incident and multiple inju..

Samsung Under Investigation After Chip Plant Radiation Left Workers Hospitalized

South Korean authorities are investigating Samsung's Giheung plant after two workers were exposed to radiation, prompting hospitalization and suspension of the suspected equipment...

Trump Media Asks Louisiana to Investigate 'Anomalies' Surrounding the Trading of Its Shares

Trump Media and Technology Group (TMTG), the owner of former President Donald Trump's social media platform Truth Social, has called on Louisiana's financial regulator to investigate alleged irregular..


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Tornado Cash Cofounder Faces 5-Year Prison Time for Laundering $1.2 Billion in Crypto
Alexey Pertsev, co-founder of Tornado Cash, has been sentenced to over five years in prison by a Dutch court for laundering $1.2 billion in cryptocurrency.
Elon Musk's Tesla Settles Sexual Harassment Lawsuit by Ex-Worker Who Claimed She Was Fired After Being Harassed 100 Times
Elon Musk's Tesla has settled a lawsuit filed by a former factory worker who claimed she was dismissed after reporting sexual harassment incidents.
SNAP Benefits 2024: Storm-Affected Residents to Receive Replacement Applications, Extended Deadline
More households in storm-affected counties can now submit replacement applications for SNAP benefits.
Walmart Is Laying off Hundreds of Employees, Asking Remote Workers to Move to Offices
Walmart is reportedly laying off hundreds of corporate employees and requesting all its remote workers to move to the company's offices.
Japan's Finance Minister Stresses Close Coordination with Bank of Japan
Japanese Finance Minister Shunichi Suzuki told reporters about the importance of the government cooperating and coordinating its financial goals with the Bank of Japan.
Former Economy Minister Gets 24 Years in Prison for Beating His Wife to Death — A Murder Case That Shocked Kazakhstan
A former economy minister of Kazakhstan was sentenced to 24 years in prison on Monday for beating his wife to death.
OpenAI Startup Fund Secures Additional $5 Million in Latest Funding Round
The OpenAI Startup Fund has successfully raised an additional $5 million.
Joe Biden Signs Law Banning Uranium Imports From Russia to Revive America's Nuclear Fuel Industry
President Joe Biden has signed a bipartisan bill that bans imports of enriched uranium from Russia. Uranium is the fuel most used by nuclear power plants.
Boeing Firefighter Lockout Draws Protests From Union Leaders, Lawmakers
Union leaders and lawmakers on Monday strongly criticized Boeing for locking out its unionized firefighters and urged the company to reach a fair contract agreement.
US Trade Blacklist Hits China's Quantum Research Institutes and Companies; Scientists Sound Alarm
Chinese physicists raise concerns over US trade restrictions impacting quantum research, with 22 entities, including Origin Quantum Computing Technology, facing limitations.
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