BNP Paribas SA, Bank of America Corp. and three other banks were added to a lawsuit by investors now accusing a dozen institutions of rigging prices in the $5 trillion-a-day foreign-exchange currency market.
Facebook Inc. Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg has weighed in on the long-running legal dispute over Silicon Valley technology giants pirating each others’ employees in a way that may hurt her company’s rivals.
Samsung SDI Co. agreed to pay $33 million to settle allegations that it conspired with other makers of picture tubes used in televisions and computers to fix prices and overcharge buyers, lawyers for purchasers of the products said.
R. Allen Stanford, standing trial on allegations he led a $7 billion investment fraud, appeared in an October 2008 video shown to jurors in which he decried “damn greed” on Wall Street as the financial crisis deepened.
Lawsuits accusing Goldman Sachs Group Inc., JPMorgan Chase & Co., their warehousing businesses and the London Metal Exchange of constricting aluminum supplies and driving up prices will be handled in a New York court.
The four largest U.S. railroad companies won their bid to reverse a ruling that turned a price- fixing lawsuit against them by shippers into a group lawsuit with potential damages of at least $10 billion.