Barclays Trader Goes to Trial Over Criminal Front-Running Claims
PG&E Judge Sees a ‘Clear-Cut Pattern’ of Utility Starting Fires
The letter references corporate scandals and concerns about the lack of a qualified chief financial officer.
PG&E Bankruptcy Is Deja Vu for Judge Who Handled 2001 Filing
So far, PG&E has failed to make payments of about $1.5 million to four families whose properties were destroyed by the Butte fire.
PG&E Sees $150 Billion Price Tag for Judge Fire-Safety Plan
PG&E Won't Commit to Paying Settlements With 2015 Fire Victims
PG&E Can't Dodge Judge Whose Tolerance for Wildfire Risk Is Zero
Investors claim the board failed its duties by allowing harassment to occur, approving big payouts and keeping details private.
U.S. Deploys New Tactics in Prosecution of Chinese Chipmaker
California v. Trump: Trial Over Census Citizenship Question Gets Started
Fire Destroyed Paradise. Then Lawyers Launched a Marketing Blitz
PG&E Sued for Spending on Advertising Instead of Fire Safety
The shut-down of the program in August 2017 canceled conditional approvals for almost 3,000 children and related family members.
Ex-Autonomy CEO Michael Lynch Indicted for Fraud Tied to 2011 HP Deal
Hussain Ties to Ex-Autonomy CEO May Imply Hush Money, U.S. Says
Musk May Face Multiple Sets of Investor Lawsuits Over His Infamous Tweet
Edison and PG&E Are About to Face Lawsuits Over California Wildfires
Ex-Genentech Workers Charged With Stealing Secrets
Bayer Runs Into `Devil's Advocate' in Roundup Cancer Case
Bayer Loses Bid to Wipe Out First Roundup Cancer Verdict