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SYDNEY: Australia’s securities regulator is probing Westpac Banking Corp on allegations of insider trading, just months after the country’s second-biggest lender paid a record fine to settle breaches of anti-money laundering laws.
OAKLAND, Calif.: The chief executive of "Fortnite" creator Epic Games testified on Monday that he knew he was breaking Apple Inc's App Store rules by putting Epic's own in-app payment system into the game last year but wanted to highlight Apple's sway over the world's iPhone users, which now total 1 billion.
The Malaysia Competition Commission’s (MyCC) decision and fine imposed on MY E.G. Services Bhd (MYEG) and MY E.G. Commerce Sdn Bhd (MYEC) for violating the competition law was upheld by the Court of Appeal.
KUALA LUMPUR: With the rise of digital payments amid the Covid-19 pandemic, Dapat Vista (M) Sdn Bhd, is on a roll to introduce two new products this year allocating a capital expenditure of up to RM5mil.
NEW YORK: Credit Suisse Group AG was sued by a pension fund that alleges the bank misled investors and let “high-risk clients” including Greensill Capital and Archegos Capital Management take on too much leverage, in one of the first lawsuits since the twin debacles.
WASHINGTON: A North Korean businessman accused by the United States of laundering money to circumvent U.S. and U.N. sanctions intended to curb his country's nuclear weapons program appeared in a U.S. court on Monday after extradition from Malaysia.
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.
The social media persona "Roaring Kitty" at the center of last month's frenzied rally in shares of GameStop Corp violated securities laws and caused "huge losses" for investors, according to a class action lawsuit filed in federal court in Massachusetts
TWO landmark judgements by the Federal Court – one in November 2019 and the other just last week – have significant impact on the property sector, as the court’s ruling has thrown a spanner in the works of how developers behave in practice.