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Westpac Bank pays record fines in Australia for breaching cleansing regulations

Image copyrightEnvironmental Protection Agency illustrateWestpac is Australia’s second largest bank Westpac in Australia has negotiated to pay a record 1.3 billion Australian dollars (700 million pounds; 900 million US dollars) in fines, the country’s largest anti-money laundering law. Last year, Australia’s financial crime watchdog stated that the bank failed to adequately report more than 19 million international transactions. Officials said …

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Lordstown Motors claims to have booked 40,000 to show off its new interior

Similar to the interior of a work truck. Lordstown Motors Electric pickups seem to be a big business with multiple brands (including traditional brands and start-ups) and plan to provide them in the next few years. One of the latter is called Lordstown Motors, Launched Endurance pickup in June. Lordstown stands out from its competitors because it specifically targets commercial …

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FDA’s top vaccine consultant backs down due to relationship with Moderna

A senior consultant has resigned from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Vaccine Advisory Committee because she is concerned about her connection with a pharmaceutical company that is conducting a highly anticipated treatment trial. Last year, Baylor University professor Hana El Sahly became the chair of the FDA’s Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee, which will make non-binding recommendations …

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Westpac pays record 1.3 billion Australian dollars to settle money laundering litigation

(Bloomberg)-Westpac Banking Corp. will pay a record 1.3 billion Australian dollars (920 million US dollars) settlement to resolve Australia’s largest anti-money laundering law violation, thereby blocking a legend and weakening The bank’s reputation and the work of former CEO Brian Hartzer. © Bloomberg The walkers walked past the bank branch of Westpac Bank in Sydney, Australia, on Tuesday, June 23, …

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The $1 billion bitcoin option will expire on Friday. What does it mean

In the letter Many Bitcoin and Ethereum option contracts expire on Friday. Some experts say this may cause volatility. Likewise, nothing will happen. In an option contract, the dealer is not obliged to purchase assets after the contract expires. According to data from Skew Analytics, Bitcoin option contracts worth nearly one billion dollars (nearly half) will expire on Friday. Ethereum …

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General Mills wins profit, Aurora Cannabis loses fourth quarter

Yahoo Finance’s “On the Move” panel discusses today’s moving stocks: General Mills, Aurora Cannabis. Video record – When we take you to rest, I want to check a few stocks that we are focusing on. [MUSIC PLAYING] One of them is General Mills, a manufacturer of cereals and packaged foods. The company announced its financial report, revenue growth of 9%. …

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Charles Scharf of Wells Fargo apologizes for the game remarks

Image copyright Getty Images illustrate Charles Sharp The head of Wells Fargo, Bank of America (Wells Fargo) apologized for the above remarks, believing that the reason for the lack of diversity at the top of the bank was the lack of qualified minority candidates. The comment was made during a conference call with employees in June and reiterated in a …

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Nike shares soared 10%, revenue is expected to increase in fiscal 2021

Nike Inc. (Nike Inc.) stock price rose 10.2% in Wednesday’s trading after becoming one of the few companies to provide guidance, and predicts that revenue for the entire fiscal year will grow in the high single digits to the low single digits. Used to be Nike of Guide the income for the year to be “equal.” Nike reported a “low-key” …

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According to reports, Costco abandoned Palmetto Cheese after the owner called BLM a “terrorist organization”

According to reports, Costco stopped the sale of Palmetto cheese, which was previously a “terrorist organization” of the Togolese cheese brand “Black Lives Matter”. Brian Henry, the founder of Palmetto Cheese and the mayor of Pawleys Island, South Carolina, wrote in a Facebook post on August 25 that according to news reports, “the senseless killing of Georgetown made him Feel …

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After the “potentially dangerous” man was arrested at the base, Scott Air Force Base unblocked news headlines

Hilo, Illinois (KMOV.com)-Scott Air Force Base was blocked on Wednesday afternoon after base personnel received a call from the Wilda City Police Department regarding possible threats. According to their Facebook page, Scott security forces were warned of an Air Force veteran who had previously been convicted of a criminal record and was armed and potentially dangerous. The base, located in …

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