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3 companies to pay $615,000 in NY attorney general investigation over faked net neutrality comments

Three companies accused of falsifying millions of public comments to support the contentious 2017 federal repeal of net neutrality rules have agreed to pay $615,000 in penalties to New York and other states, New York’s attorney general said Wednesday. The ...

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Goldman settles gender discrimination suit for $215 million

NEW YORK (AP) — Goldman Sachs will pay $215 million to settle a years-long class action lawsuit that claimed the bank discriminated against women when it came to pay, performance evaluations and promotions. The lawsuit, initially filed in September 2010, ...

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County officials vow to fight NYC mayor’s migrant bus plan

NEW YORK (AP) — The Republican leaders of two suburban counties have declared states of emergency in an effort to block a plan by New York City’s Democratic mayor to use their communities to house hundreds of international migrants seeking ...

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FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried seeks dismissal of indictment

NEW YORK (AP) — FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried sought a dismissal of criminal charges against him in a court filing late Monday, saying prosecutors have improperly made federal crimes out of civil and regulatory issues that resulted from an industrywide ...

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Opening statements begin for fatal NY limo crash trial

A limousine company operator on trial for a crash that killed 20 people in upstate New York was portrayed by a prosecutor Monday as directly responsible for the deaths, while a defense lawyer argued he was simply in the dark ...

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Lawsuit: Yellen should ignore ‘unconstitutional’ debt limit

A union of government employees on Monday sued Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and President Joe Biden to try to stop them from complying with the law that limits the government’s total debt, which the lawsuit contends is unconstitutional. The lawsuit ...

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