Wynn Resorts Ltd., the casino company founded by Steve Wynn, said it has yet to receive a demand for information for a U.S. criminal investigation into the company’s donation to the University of Macau seven months after prosecutors disclosed the probe.
Rabobank Groep, the Netherlands’ biggest mortgage lender, will pay about $1 billion to resolve regulators’ claims that it tried to manipulate benchmark interest rates, two people with knowledge of the matter said.
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.
Kim Dotcom, whose Megaupload.com website accounted for 4 percent of world Internet traffic before being shut down last year on U.S. copyright infringement charges, plans to unveil a new, encrypted file-sharing site in New Zealand in a snub to U.S. authorities.
As U.S. regulators spent the better part of six months preparing to sue to stop the American Airlines-US Airways Group Inc. merger, the carriers devised a plan to allay some antitrust concerns: an offer to cede flight slots at Washington’s Reagan National Airport.
ICAP Plc, the world’s largest broker of transactions between banks, is negotiating a fine with U.S. and U.K. regulators for allegedly helping traders manipulate the London interbank offered rate, or Libor, a person familiar with the matter said.