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US Prosecutors Recommend DOJ Criminally Charge Boeing: Reuters

US prosecutors have recommended to senior Justice Department officials that Boeing Co. face criminal charges for violating a settlement related to two fatal crashes, Reuters <-bsp-bb-link state="{"bbDocId":"SFJYFDMB2SJK","_id":"00000190-474e-d497-a7fb-ef4f9d620001","_type":"0000016b-944a-dc2b-ab6b-d57ba1cc0000"}">reported, citing two people familiar with the matter it didn’t identify.

Former Ontrak Chairman Convicted in Insider Trading Scheme

Ontrak Inc.'s former CEO and chairman Terren Peizer was convicted Friday by a Los Angeles federal jury of insider trading on information about a major customer leaving the health company to avoid losing almost $13 million, the US Attorney’s Office announced on Friday.

DOJ Says It Still Hasn’t Decided Whether to Prosecute Boeing

The <-bsp-bb-link state="{"bbHref":"bbg://securities/4131761Z%20US%20Equity","_id":"00000190-3c75-d497-a7fb-fc7db8d70000","_type":"0000016b-944a-dc2b-ab6b-d57ba1cc0000"}">US Justice Department told attorneys for families of victims of two fatal 737 Max crashes that it still hasn’t decided whether to pursue criminal charges against Boeing Co., after determining last month the planemaker had breached a 2021 agreement with the government.

Billions Zapped Away With Tax Cheating Software

Some restaurants and bars are skimming $30 billion dollars in sales tax annually through software called a tax zapper. We explain what zappers are, how they work, and how to put an end to them.