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Ernst & Young LLP will pay $10 million to settle a regulatory investigation into allegations that it improperly obtained confidential information in pursuit of a contract to audit a public company’s books.
A federal official from the National Labor Relations Board is recommending holding a new vote and nullifying the results from a closely watched contest in which Amazon.com Inc. warehouse workers in Alabama cast ballots overwhelmingly against unionizing, according to the union in the case.
Federal health officials struck a serious tone on Monday, once again urging Americans to get vaccinated and calling on more employers to require COVID-19 vaccine mandates.
Sealed Air Corp., maker of Bubble Wrap, Cryovac, and other packaging and shipping products for several industries, said late Monday it will increase its prices by 5% to 10% in September thanks to higher input cost and inflation.
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Columbia Sportswear Co. late Monday swung to a quarterly profit and raised its full-year 2021 outlook, but the retailer said "escalating" ocean freight prices and ongoing port congestions limited the good news for the year.
Experts tell MarketWatch that the average crypto investor who uses a centralized exchange like Coinbase COIN or Kraken to buy and sell crypto assets should expect the IRS to know exactly how much money they made on those transactions, if the bill becomes law.
With the recent rise of the Delta variant, many major American companies are requiring full-time employees to get vaccinated before returning to the office.
Take-Two Interactive Software Inc. shares fell in the extended session Monday after the videogame publisher topped Wall Street estimates for the quarter but provided a weaker-than-expected forecast, saying it was delaying release of some of its titles.
U.S. stock indexes relinquish solid gains Monday and stocks end mostly lower as persistent concerns about the spread of the COVID-19's delta variant create an excuse for modest selling in the first trading day for equity markets in August.
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