Corporate Crime Blotter

Jun 29: The Federal Communications Commission fined AT&T $5.25 MILLION, after planned network upgrades blocked more than 15… https://t.co/SeEDShJQ2e
Jun 18: U.S. Supreme Court agrees to hear Apple‘s appeal of lower court ruling in lawsuit accusing it of viola… https://t.co/YsnATw4ydk
Jun 18: CEO Rupert Stadler has been arrested by German authorities due to fears he might attempt to obstruct their on… https://t.co/5QiWtMIEYA
Jun 16: The former CEO and 6 other senior executives of are to stand trial for presiding over a culture of "… https://t.co/oOg7Hh6Rkq
Jun 14: The NY State Public Service Commission ordered () to pay a $2 MILLION fine and co… https://t.co/Wlb3KrhoPW
Jun 14: After portraying itself as an antidote to widespread in industry, investigation shows distributor… https://t.co/5BKbBZgpZN
Jun 11: “In 8 of the 12 fires, CA officials said PG&E violated state law, though investigators did not specify which laws w… https://t.co/i7DnN5xqF0
Jun 7: North Carolina investigating widespread under-reporting of dangerous in feces-filled cesspools on giant hog… https://t.co/WoKO9uQ5hk
Jun 7: lawsuit: All Watches are defective by design due to a flaw that “causes the screens on the watc… https://t.co/ZkvnVau1EE
May 25: Lawsuit says used its apps to gather information about users and their friends — including some who had n… https://t.co/YU1bT1akdo

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