Ethical Alliance Daily News - 7 Nov 2016


 

United States: US law firm files class action lawsuit against Cognizant
Nov 07, 2016 08:00 pm
Cognizant is facing yet another class action lawsuit in the US from a section of investors for allegedly issuing “false and misleading statements about its business and operations” between February and September this year. Law firm Holzer & Holzer LLC...
The Libyan Investment Authority tried to resurrect its lawsuit against Goldman Sachs Group Inc. by adding new accusations of bribery, less than a month after a crushing courtroom defeat in London. But Judge Vivien Rose said at a hearing Friday...
German prosecutors probing whether Volkswagen executives manipulated the markets in the wake of the “dieselgate” scandal have widened their investigation to include the chairman of the group’s supervisory board, the auto giant said on Sunday (Nov 6). “The proceedings refer...
The Prime Minister, Auditor-General and Government will raise a preliminary objection to Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali’s bid seeking to declassify the Auditor-General’s report on 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB). Senior federal counsel Suzana Atan told reporters of the development after...
A key ally of Wang Qishan, the Chinese Communist Party’s anti-corruption tsar, has been appointed China’s top spy master, taking over one of the most secretive ministries that is undergoing a shakeup after senior officials were accused of graft. Chen...
The judges are accused of taking bribes in exchange for favourable judgements – allegations they have denied. Security agents allegedly confiscated thousands of dollars when they raided the judges’ houses last month. President Muhammadu Buhari vowed to tackle corruption in...

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