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  1. Trump challenges California power to control auto pollution

    Associated Press via Yahoo FinanceSep 06 22:04 PM

    The assault began with the Justice Department opening an antitrust investigation into a deal between California and four automakers for tougher pollution and related..., two federal ...

  2. State Attorneys General Square Off Against Facebook

    GuruFocus.com via Yahoo FinanceSep 10 19:19 PM

    (NASDAQ:FB) for possible violations of antitrust and consumer protection statutes. The efforts of the AGs will coordinate and complement the antitrust inquiries currently underway ...

  3. Justice Department is investigating whether the decision of four automakers in July to reach a voluntary agreement with California to adopt state emissions standards violated ...

  4. "Ad tech is a very crowded field, and Google competes with hundreds of companies, including household names like Adobe, Amazon, AT&T, Comcast, News Corp and Verizon," company spokesman ...

  5. Deutsche Bank AG will pay $15 million to resolve claims it conspired to rig prices of bonds issued by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, becoming the first of 16 financial services companies ...

  6. The German lender had handed transaction records, emails and other documents, such as account applications, know-your-client money laundering checks, internal assessments of "suspicious ...

  7. The Department of Justice is ramping up the pressure on four automakers that sidestepped federal regulators by agreeing to a deal with California on carbon emissions and ...

  8. Department of Justice on Aug. 30 seeking information and documents relating to its prior antitrust investigations in the United States and elsewhere. "We expect to receive ...

  9. Recently, the Department of Justice announced the largest crackdown on elder fraud in U.S. history. About 260 defendants were charged with victimizing more than 2 million ...

  10. Deutsche Bank Emerges as Whistle-Blower in Bond-Rig Probe

    Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceSep 12 17:13 PM

    The cooperation deal emerged Thursday when Pennsylvania’s Treasurer, Joe Torsella, announced that Deutsche Bank had agreed to pay $15 million to resolve allegations in a civil lawsuit filed ...