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Justice Department Settles Claim Against Florida Strawberry Farm for Discriminating Against U.S. Workers

This is the 7th Settlement under the Civil Rights Division’s Protecting U.S. Worker’s Initiative The Department of Justice announced Tuesday that it has reached a...

EPA honors Sprouts Farmers Markets for leading food recovery efforts nationwide

Sprouts Farmers Market was recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for its outstanding efforts in food recovery. The grocer received a national Food...

CEO Charged In $66 Million Accounting & Cryptocurrency Fraud Scheme

In 2017 and 2018, Meenavalli and others allegedly orchestrated a multimillion-dollar accounting fraud relating to Longfin Corp., a publicly traded company purportedly engaged in sophisticated commodities trading and so-called “cryptocurrency” transactions, including “blockchain-empowered solutions.”

Opioid Manufacturer Admits Illegal Conduct Regarding Promotion of Fentanyl Product

Reportedly, Insys began using “speaker programs” but the programs were actually used as a vehicle to pay bribes and kickbacks to targeted practitioners in exchange for increased Subsys prescriptions to patients and for increased dosage of those prescriptions.

JetBlue, United, Frontier Worst at On-Time Arrival in Recent Report

United Airlines also led on delays on the tarmac exceeding three hours.

EEOC Sues Greyhound Lines, Inc. For Religious Discrimination

According to the EEOC's lawsuit, a driver who is a practicing Muslim applied for a driver position at Greyhound's Baltimore facility.

Princess Cruise Lines and its Parent Company Plead Guilty to Environmental Probation Violations, Ordered...

Carnival admitted it was guilty of committing six violations of probation. Two of the violations involved interfering with the court’s supervision of probation by sending undisclosed teams to ships to prepare them for the independent inspections required during probation.

FDIC-Backed Banks Report Net Income of $60.7 Billion in First Quarter 2019

Community Banks' Net Income Increases 10.1 Percent from a Year Earlier

USB Cables Sold at Target Recalled Over Shock & Fire Hazards

The product was sold in stores across the country and online at Target.com. The cables are used to charge cellphones and other electronics that use lightning connector charging cables.

U.S. Beef Gains Full Access to Japan

In December 2003, Japan banned U.S. beef and beef products following the detection of a BSE-positive animal in the United States