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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Trump Media Investor Found Guilty of Insider-Trading Case Ahead of Merger
A federal jury in New York convicted an investor on Thursday of insider trading in a shell company's shares ahead of its October 2021 merger announcement with Trump Media.
Microsoft’s Brad Smith Requested to House Committee Hearing This Month Over Security Breaches: Report
A House committee calls Microsoft's Brad Smith to testify later this month about software flaws that enabled hackers to access government officials' email accounts.
Nearly 800,000 BetterHelp Customers to Receive Refund Notices Following $7.8 Million Data Privacy Settlement
Around 800,000 BetterHelp customers are set to receive refund notices following a settlement with the FTC, with each refund amounting to nearly $10.
Canada Slaps Binance With $4.38 Million Fine for Violating Anti-Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Laws
Canada's financial watchdog has slapped Binance with a fine of nearly $4.38 million for violating anti-money laundering and terrorist financing laws.
Boeing's Statements on Safety Practices Being Investigated by SEC After Side Panel Breaks Off Plane
The SEC has launched an investigation into Boeing's statements regarding its safety practices following an incident involving a 737 Max 9 aircraft in January.
Warner Music Copyright Infringment Case: Supreme Court Sides With Music Producer
Sherman Nealy can sue Flo Rida for a decade-old copyright violation if the US Supreme Court extends copyright damages.
Federal Student Loan Forgiveness: Eligibility Guidelines for Working Individuals
Student loan forgiveness depends on employment eligibility, especially for nonprofit or government workers eligible for Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF).
VP Kamala Harris Unveils $100 Million Initiative for Detroit's Auto Sector Transition to EVs
Vice President Kamala Harris announced a $100 million funding initiative in Detroit to support small and medium-sized auto manufacturers transitioning to electric vehicle production.
Donald Trump Allegedly Asks $1 Billion from Oil CEOs, Promising Them He'll End EV Incentives
Donald Trump allegedly promised oil CEOs that he'd end EV incentives if they could donate $1 billion to his election campaign. Is this true?
Hyundai, Kia Unit Allegedly Repossessed Cars From Military Personnel Illegally; Financial Arm to Settle Charges
A Hyundai and Kia unit was accused of illegally repossessing cars from military service members. The financial unit now wants to settle charges.
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