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FRANKFURT: German insurer Allianz on Friday posted a better-than-expected 46% jump in second-quarter net profit and provided a rosier outlook for the full year as it emerges from pressure on business caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
VANCOUVER: Lawyers making a final push to convince a Canadian court not to recommend the extradition of Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou on Wednesday called into question the reliability of information provided by the United States in its extradition request.
A Texas man has pleaded guilty to involvement in a scheme to fraudulently sell 50 million N95 respirator masks he did not have for $317.6 million to the government of New South Wales in Australia, U.S. prosecutors said.
THE powers and duties of an auditor are clearly defined under Section 266 of the Companies Act, 2016. Here, the law states that an auditor has a statutory duty to report to members with regards to the financial statements, company’s accounting and other records related to those financial statements
A U.S. judge on Thursday dismissed antitrust claims against Alphabet Inc's Google brought by a group of advertisers, but offered them a chance to try again after addressing what she called "serious concerns."
The US Department of Justice has remitted about RM1.9bil (US$452.4mil) of seized 1MDB funds to the Malaysian government, according to a statement by the Finance Ministry.
SAN FRANCISCO: Epic Games faces an uphill legal battle against Apple Inc in an antitrust trial starting Monday, and a defeat for the maker of "Fortnite" could make it harder for U.S. government regulators to pursue a similar case against the iPhone maker, legal experts said.
SINGAPORE: Las Vegas Sands Corp set up a special committee to look into potential breaches of anti-money laundering procedures at its Singapore casino, which has already been the target of probes by US officials and local police.
WASHINGTON: The United States has charged three North Korean computer programmers with a massive hacking spree aimed at stealing more than US$1.3 billion in money and cryptocurrency, affecting companies from banks to Hollywood movie studios, the Department of Justice said on Wednesday.