Legal & Regulatory

Student Loan Forgiveness Deadline Extended by Biden Administration; Here's What You Should Know!

The Biden administration has extended a vital deadline for student loan borrowers seeking debt relief, pushing the deadline for loan consolidation to June 30.

South Korea's Financial Watchdog Discusses Corporate Reform in New York

South Korea's financial regulator assured investors in New York of the government's dedication to corporate reform...

EU Slaps Microsoft with Warning that it Could Face Billions of Fines Over Missing Generative AI Risk Report

The EU has sought for more information about Microsoft's risk report on its generative AI tools...

Alabama Mercedes-Benz Workers Vote 'No' to Unionization, a Tough Loss for the UAW

Mercedes-Benz workers in Alabama have voted against joining the United Auto Workers (UAW)...

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Biden Admin's Anti-Credit Card Junk Fee Regulation Could Face Last-Minute Freeze, Here's Why
The Biden Admin's anti-credit card junk fee regulation could be frozen at the last minute. Will USCOC's request be accepted?
Boeing Faces New Safety Concerns as FedEx Cargo Plane Lands in Istanbul Without Front Gear
A FedEx Airlines Boeing 767 cargo plane landed in Istanbul without its front landing gear, sparking an ongoing investigation, which adds to Boeing's multiple aircraft incidents in 2024 alone.
Google Employees Grill Executives Over Pay Raises and Morale Issues
Google employees express concerns over management decisions and treatment, citing issues such as stagnant compensation, lack of transparency in cost-cutting measures, and job security worries despite
FTX Bankruptcy: Refunds Expected for Most Customers, Excludes Crypto Gains
The plan, pending court approval, details that almost all customers will be reimbursed the funds they are owed, with some receiving amounts exceeding their original claims.
Donald Trump's Estate Tax Cut Renewal Spells $4.6 Trillion Price Tag, Congressional Estimates Reveal
The Congressional Budget Office disclosed that extending the measure would result in an additional cost of $1.1 trillion compared to initial estimates.
JPMorgan Chase Australia Fined Over $500,000 for Allowing Suspicious Client Orders on Wheat Futures Trading
The JPMorgan Chase in Australia has been fined A$775,000 ($509,252) for permitting suspicious client orders on wheat futures trading.
Hy-Vee, Schnucks Recalled Cheese Over Potential Salmonella Contamination That May Cause Food Poisoning
A major American supermarket has requested customers to voluntarily return several cheese spreads due to concerns over salmonella contamination.
NY Retail Theft Ring Busted: Macy's, Ulta Beauty, Other Retailers Targeted in $1M Fencing Operation
Authorities recovered enough stolen property to fill 450 medium cardboard boxes, with Macy's alone accounting for $212,000 worth of the seized goods.
Pfizer Agrees to Settle Over 10,000 That Heartburn Drug Zantac Causes Cancer
Pfizer has agreed to settle over 10,000 lawsuits concerning the alleged connection between its product, Zantac, and cancer.
UMG Denies Involvement in Drake vs. Kendrick Lamar Beef as CEO Faces Shareholders’ Ire
Universal Music Group has denied allegations that it has intervened in the beef between Aubrey “Drake” Graham and Kendrick Lamar Duckworth, while also being under fire after Glass Lewis urged sharehol
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