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Lawmakers and big tech CEOs clash in antitrust hearing

On Wednesday, big tech CEOs testified before the House Judiciary Committee antitrust panel on allegations of coercive market practices. In addition, the CEOs were questioned...

Vincent Brocoli sentenced for cyberstalking Ohio woman and her family

Vincent Brocoli (aka Matthew Dehart, BunchMedia, and BunchMarketing) was sentenced in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio to 30 months in...

Spectro to pay $1M to settle Air Force SBIR program FCA violations

The United States entered into a $1 million Settlement Agreement with Spectro Scientific (Spectro), a global oil and fuel analysis instruments company. They were...
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DOJ suing MyLife.com over misleading billing and marketing practices

Mylife.com Inc., a California-based purveyor of background reports, and its CEO Jeffrey Tinsley are facing a lawsuit filed by the U.S. Department of Justice...

Teacher’s unions pick up the fight against school reopenings

State legislators are ready for students to return to schools despite the concerns over increased COVID-19 spread. In response, teacher's unions are taking up...

VALIC Financial Advisors (VFA) to pay $40 million to settle SEC charges

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced that VALIC Financial Advisors (VFA) agreed to pay approximately $40 million to settle two regulatory actions against...

Chinese spy, Jun Wei Yeo, used LinkedIn to gather intelligence

On Friday, Jun Wei Yeo, also known as Dickson Yeo, entered a plea of guilty to one count of acting within the United States as...

Joseph Taub pleaded guilty to $17M market manipulation scheme

Joseph Taub, New Jersey-based securities trader, pleaded guilty today to orchestrating a massive, long-standing market manipulation scheme. He also admitted to tax fraud that...

‘Big Four’ tech CEO hearing set for Wednesday

A House Judiciary Committee antitrust panel hearing has finally been set for Wednesday of this week after being delayed on Monday due to memorial...

“Evil Corp” hackers strike again, demand $10M to restore Garmin services

American multinational GPS and wearable device maker Garmin Ltd. shut down some of its connected services and call centers on Thursday following what the...

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Ex-Nissan CEO Ghosn writes tell-all book, accomplices’ bail denied

In an interview with Al Arabiya TV, the former head of Nissan shared details of his new book scheduled for release at the end...