Trump Administration Covered Up Wells Fargo Charging Students High Fees

POLITICO claims that the Trump administration has actively covered up a new report that shows Wells Fargo is exploiting college students with high penalties and fees. The purportedly ‘unpublished’ report was obtained by POLITICO through a Freedom of Information Act request. Written by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the memo has a controversial past. The

Class Action Blasts Marriott for Role in Data Breach

A massive class-action suit has been filed against Marriott International on behalf of 500 million guests whose information was compromised in a security breach. Honolulu’s Star Advertiser reports that Murphy, Falcon & Murphy, along with co-counsel Morgan & Morgan, filed the suit Friday, alleging that Marriott failed to “ensure the integrity of its servers and

Racial Discrimination Suit Against Charter Communications May Proceed, Judge Rules

Earlier this month, a racial discrimination lawsuit was filed against Charter Communications by an African-American entrepreneur and entertainer, Byron Allen, that just got the go-ahead from a federal court that it may proceed. The lawsuit itself alleged that Charter Communications treated Entertainment Studios poorly compared to white-owned companies. According to Judge Milan Smith Jr., the

African-American Factory Workers Sue General Motors

Nine African-American workers say they faced regular racism and severe harassment at General Motors Co.’s Toledo, OH, factory. The Toledo Blade reports that the nine employees—some of whom have since left GM—claim the company allowed overt racism, lending to a hostile work environment and fear-infused atmosphere. A lawsuit filed by the group claims that complaints