An Amazon seller told Congress that the online retailer coerces merchants hoping to its use platform into signing unfair arbitration agreements. According to CNBC, Jacob Weiss—the owner of OJ Commerce, a company specializing in home goods—told the U.S. House Judiciary Committee that he relies on Amazon’s commercial platform to survive and thrive. Since Amazon is
A federal grand jury indicted SCA for Sherman Act violations.
Owner of hospice chain is convicted of fraud for unnecessarily diagnosing patients with incurable conditions to receive kickbacks.
Published papers of a German cognitive psychologist are retracted after her co-authors come forward.
Tuscany Village families are stepping forward, saying the nursing home’s staff is not providing their loved ones with sufficient nutrition.
Michigan man sends hateful message, threatening a Black woman’s life.
U.S. law enforcement intercept loads of cocaine, heroin, and firearms in Mexican drug cartel investigations.
Italy launches investigations over tech company content concerns, following a slew of E.U. cases.
VA hospital terminates contract with cleaning company when it discovers the owner is a sex offender.