Organisation: US Department of Justice
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
Financial institutions across the world have paid $26bn (€22bn) in fines for failures in money laundering and customer verification, and sanctions since the global financial crash, a new report has found.
Thu, 27 Sep, 2018
The tech-heavy Nasdaq index in the US saw sharp declines as internet stocks faltered for a second day on concerns about increased regulation, while chipmaker stocks slid on signs of flagging demand.
Fri, 07 Sep, 2018
Thu, 17 May, 2018
Thousands of Irish motorists may be driving around with “time-bomb” airbags made by Takata, a company whose inflation mechanism was deemed responsible for the deaths and maiming of dozens of people worldwide.
Wed, 02 May, 2018
Banking giant HSBC will pay $101.5m to US authorities to settle a criminal investigation into currency rigging.
Fri, 19 Jan, 2018
The publication of a controversial dossier about President Donald Trump's alleged links with Russia, authored by a former MI6 spy, has already resulted in a death, it has been claimed.
Tue, 09 Jan, 2018
Airbus said it had uncovered inaccuracies in its filings to US regulators over arms technology sales, drawing the US for the first time into a scandal over alleged misconduct at Europe’s largest aerospace firm.
Wed, 01 Nov, 2017
Ulster Bank looks set to keep the costs of provisions pegged at €211m for its part in the industry-wide tracker mortgage scandal.
Sat, 28 Oct, 2017
Europe’s air-safety regulator has recommended that companies using material from Kobe Steel review their supply chains and — if alternative suppliers are available — and suspend purchases from the Japanese company that admitted to faking data about product strength.
Thu, 19 Oct, 2017
Uber Technologies, which is the subject of a US federal probe into whether it broke bribery laws, has started a review of its Asia operations and notified US authorities about payments made by staff to police officers in Indonesia, a person familiar with the matter told Reuters.
Thu, 21 Sep, 2017
The US government’s move to compel an internet hosting site to hand over information about anti-Trump protesters could set an unwelcome precedent, writes
Fri, 25 Aug, 2017
Marcus Hutchins, the British computer expert who helped shut down the world-wide Wannacry cyber attack, has been charged with creating banking malware.
Thu, 03 Aug, 2017
Reckitt Benckiser expects muted sales growth this year, after last month’s global cyber attack exacerbated ongoing difficulties at the British consumer goods firm.
Tue, 25 Jul, 2017
A federal judge in Hawaii has expanded the list of family relationships needed by people seeking new visas from six mostly Muslim countries to avoid US president Donald Trump's travel ban.
Fri, 14 Jul, 2017
Speculation is mounting that Uber chief executive Travis Kalanick is likely to take a leave of absence from the troubled ride-hailing company.
Tue, 13 Jun, 2017
In her first appearance as chief drafter of Ireland’s policing blueprint, Kathleen O’Toole came across as the kind of person you might want to be holding the pen.
Thu, 25 May, 2017
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has declared martial rule in the country's south for 60 days to deal with with an attack by Muslim extremists allied with the Islamic State group who laid siege to a southern city.
Tue, 23 May, 2017
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is in talks to settle one of the two major US investigations into allegations it mis-sold mortgage-backed securities it needs to overcome before the British government can sell its shares in the bailed-out bank.
Sun, 14 May, 2017
Fri, 27 Jan, 2017
Tue, 10 Jan, 2017
looks at how the leaking of bad information is being used by those who would like to have authoritarian power at their fingertips.
Wed, 28 Dec, 2016
Northern Finance Minister Máirtín Ó Muilleoir has said Northern Ireland’s entire political system has been corrupted by the £1.24bn Project Eagle property sale.
Wed, 07 Dec, 2016
The EU is planning to introduce new rules for foreign banks in a move which could add to financial firms' Brexit worries.
Tue, 22 Nov, 2016
US Secretary of State John Kerry has said efforts are being made “on a daily basis” to try and resolve the humanitarian “disaster” in Aleppo, Syria.
Mon, 31 Oct, 2016
Fri, 28 Oct, 2016
Qatari investors who own the largest stake in Deutsche Bank do not plan to sell their shares and could consider buying more if the German bank decides to raise capital, sources familiar with Qatari investment policy have told Reuters.
Sat, 08 Oct, 2016
Wed, 05 Oct, 2016
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will address a conference today to mark the 10th anniversary of the whistleblowing website.
Tue, 04 Oct, 2016
Mon, 03 Oct, 2016
Deutsche Bank AG jumped the most in almost six months after a media report that the lender is nearing a $5.4bn (€4.81bn) settlement with the US Department of Justice (DOJ), less than half the amount initially requested.
Sat, 01 Oct, 2016
Thu, 29 Sep, 2016
Royal Bank of Scotland is to pay $1.1bn (€979m) to a US regulator to settle two claims over mis-sold mortgage bonds in the run-up to the financial crisis.
Wed, 28 Sep, 2016
Political reporterbreaksdown the 'Project Eagle' report and gives us an insight into what is to come.
Thu, 15 Sep, 2016
Turkish authorities have issued a warrant for the arrest of former football star and legislator Hakan Sukur over his links to a US-based Muslim cleric, accused by Turkey of masterminding last month’s failed coup.
Sat, 13 Aug, 2016
Mon, 11 Jul, 2016
Shares in Fiat Chrysler slumped to a three-month low as its fight with Germany over vehicle emissions escalated after the country’s most-read newspaper reported that the authorities found that the company had cheated.
Tue, 24 May, 2016
As Germany tries to exert more authority over the widening car industry emissions’ scandal that began in the country, it is finding not all car makers are so keen to co-operate.
Sat, 21 May, 2016
San Francisco's police chief has resigned at the request of the city's mayor, hours after an officer shot dead a young black woman driving a stolen car.
Fri, 20 May, 2016
Shares of Daimler slid more than 5.5%, hit by news that the US Department of Justice had asked the car maker to investigate its emissions certification process for vehicles, including its Mercedes brand.
Sat, 23 Apr, 2016
Volkswagen agreed to fix or buy back about 500,000 tainted cars in the US, taking a significant step forward in its effort to emerge from the emissions-cheating scandal.
Fri, 22 Apr, 2016
Tue, 05 Apr, 2016
Though Apple is one of the biggest and most admired companies in the world, it has never been far from controversy, clashing with rival companies and the authorities down the years.
Fri, 01 Apr, 2016
Fri, 25 Mar, 2016