Meng Wanzhou allegedly deceived banks into processing transactions for an "unofficial subsidiary" that did business in Iran.
Aggressive tax planning sows confusion not only about companies' taxes but also about the basics of their operations and finances.
A suspected Ukrainian hacker allegedly passed on data he stole from the EDGAR database to traders who used it to make illicit stock trading profits.
Plaintiffs' lawyers filed more employment-related class action cases in 2018, although the value of the largest settlements fell dramatically.
“The City has not justified its sweeping capture of constitutionally protected records," the court says in granting Airbnb's request for an…
The company agreed to pay $1 million to resolve accusations related to its pension risk transfer business.
An investor class action alleges the telemedicine company failed to disclose Mark Hirschhorn's "inappropriate relationship" with a subordinate.
The SEC says the contractor used his access to an investment bank's deal management system to make $600,000 in illicit profits with relatives.
Meng Wanzhou, who was arrested in Canada at the request of the United States, is "by birth and position a member of China’s corporate royalty.”
The $6 million, multistate accord ends a six-year investigation that focused on the debt-buyer's use of robo-signed affidavits in litigation.