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A judge yesterday ordered banks to comply with a request from Puerto Rico’s federally created financial oversight board to disclose customer...
A push for an official voice for ratepayers in PG...
Johnson & Johnson asked a federal judge to take over 2,400 baby-powder lawsuits it faces instead of allowing the cases to go before state court...
The U.S. Attorney’s Office said it has agreed not to prosecute one of the country’s biggest gold refineries, Republic Metals Corp. (RMC...
The U.S. District Attorney’s Office for Connecticut said that Joel C. Reilly of Wallingford, Conn., pleaded guilty to one count of bankruptcy...
The new director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will continue with reviews, begun by her predecessor, of its public complaints database...
CTI Foods, a custom foodservice manufacturer supplying the top U.S. restaurant chains and branded food companies, announced yesterday that the U.S....
Connecticut Attorney General William Tong (D) plans to file later this month an expanded lawsuit against Purdue Pharma and its owners, whom the state...
Harvey Weinstein’s former companies and their officers and directors were dismissed from a federal lawsuit filed by 10 women, who claim the...
The company that owns the National Enquirer said that it has agreed to sell the scandal-plagued supermarket tabloid to a former newsstand mogul, the...

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