N.Y. Sues Domino’s for ‘Wage Theft’ at Franchises
The state says Domino's Pizza workers at some franchises were underpaid because a payroll system undercounted the hours they worked.
Battles Brew over Climate Risk Disclosure
With Exxon Mobil and Peabody Energy in the crosshairs over their lack of disclosure, how much exposure do other companies face?
DraftKings and FanDuel to Stop Paid Contests in N.Y.
"Our key claims against the companies for false advertising and consumer fraud are not affected by the agreement and will continue,” said the N.Y. AG.
Barclays, Credit Suisse Fined $154M Over Dark Pools
The SEC and New York State allege the banks misrepresented that they would keep high-frequency traders out of their alternative trading systems.
New York Cracks Down on Fantasy Sports Sites
The state's attorney general says daily fantasy games offered by DraftKings and FanDuel "easily meet the definition of gambling."
N.Y. Probing Exxon Mobil Over Climate Research
The state's attorney general is looking into whether the company failed to disclose the risks that climate change could pose to its business.
EY Agrees to Settlement of Lehman Auditing Suit
The auditor helped Lehman Brothers' balance sheet appear healthier and less risk-laden than it actually was, charged the New York attorney general.
Credit Reporting Agencies Agree to Clean Up Their Data
Consumers will have an easier time disputing credit report errors, and data furnishers will be held to higher standards.