John Allan, a prominent U.K. businessman, will depart the grocer in June. The executive has denied claims made in a news report that he inappropriately touched women.
Meta’s chief legal officer discusses the social-media company’s new compliance training series, which features recurring characters and plot twists involving shadowy hackers and a gaming convention.
Tesco chair to step down following claims of inappropriate conduct toward women, and Biden sees potential thaw with China after tough G-7 statement. Also, debt-ceiling standoff could start a recession, but default would be worse.
Murad has agreed to pay about $3.3 million to settle allegations it conspired to illegally export goods and services to Iran over an eight-year period.
Gary Gensler sounded a cautious note on the technology that joined skepticism from other U.S. officials.
Amsterdam-based company used special price discounts for distributors and manipulated Chinese procurement processes by influencing state-run hospital officials, regulators said.
Ukrainian investigators are slated to receive advanced, in-person training on cryptocurrency investigations in Frankfurt, the Internal Revenue Service’s criminal-investigation division said.
A legal challenge to fishing-industry regulation was taken up by the high court last week, in a review that legal experts say could have far-reaching implications for how regulatory agencies operate.
A Treasury notice clears financial institutions to continue processing certain Russian energy-related transactions until November.
The securities market regulator announced the award but didn’t name the case it is connected to or identify the tipster, in keeping with its policy of not divulging this information to the public.
Proposed legislation would require crypto exchanges to have independent public audits of financial statements, among other new requirements.
The order enables the U.S. to impose new sanctions on individuals and entities connected to the conflict in the East African nation.
Canada will take on forced labor with a new law requiring companies to report on their efforts to stop tainted goods from entering their supply chains.
The medical-device maker disclosed an investigation by U.S. authorities into potential violations of antibribery law, the third such probe into the company in the past decade.