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By Jill Lawless, Associated Press
Officials said Monday the company would admit guilt and pay the penalty. They said it was the largest fine the department had levied in a domestic antitrust case.
By Marcy Gordon, Associated Press
In our news wrap Thursday, a Taliban car bombing in Afghanistan killed two NATO soldiers and 10 civilians. One of the soldiers was American -- the fourth to die in two weeks. Another deadly bombing occurred hours later. Also, British…
JPMorgan Chase agreed to pay a record-breaking $2.6 billion fine to settle criminal charges related to the Bernie Madoff fraud case. Authorities charged the bank had turned a blind eye to Madoff's massive Ponzi scheme. Jeffrey Brown gets more detail…
Wisconsin aims to convince 'young invincibles' to sign up for health coverage…
Supreme Court Upholds Inmate Strip Searches Regardless of Charges…
The mortgage giant Fannie Mae received a $400 million dollar fine and a scathing report on its "unethical corporate culture."…
European antitrust regulators imposed a record $613 million fine on Microsoft Wednesday and ordered the software giant to offer two versions of its Windows operating system in Europe.
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