Surprisingly, JPMorgan Chase & Co. underwent a federal investigation for manipulation and fraud under the suspicion the massive financial institution manipulated energy prices. Not surprisingly, Chase payed $410 million — literally 0.004 percent of its 2012 revenue — to make it all go away. Read More
The idolized technology company lost a pivotal anti-trust lawsuit this morning. Reuters reports U.S. District Court Judge Denise Cote found in favor of the 33 states that alleged Apple illegally worked with select book publishers to price fix e-books sold in Apple’s virtual store. Read More
One of the most popular American airlines was the subject of some very bad press Sunday night. US Airways faces a discrimination lawsuit after they denied boarding to two first-class passengers — both of whom were black — unless they each changed to business casual attire. Read More
Before The Social Network premiered, barely anyone had ever heard of the Winklevoss twins let alone the lawsuit. But before you knew it, the whole world seemed to know the personal details that led up to a major lawsuit between the Winklevii and Facebook. Today though, it has become a thing of the past because Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss have dropped their suit against Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg and will not dispute their $65 million claim before the Supreme Court. Good move.
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Think TSA airport security procedures have gone too far? You’re not the only one! We learn today that former Minnesota governor and professional wrestler Jesse Ventura has filed a lawsuit against the overly touchy-feely TSA and the Department of Homeland Security after experiencing the invasive security procedures firsthand.
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Imagine being harassed daily at work over the size of your breasts and then losing your job over it. That’s exactly what 43-year-old Amy Erin Blakely says happened at the Devereux Foundation where she was the Assistant Executive Director of Operations.