Prosecutors scored another win in the U.S. crackdown on market “spoofing” when two former traders at Bank of America Corp.’s Merrill Lynch unit were convicted on fraud charges for manipulating precious-metals futures.
Facebook Inc.‘s decision this week to disable the accounts of New York University researchers studying political ads further fuels a policy debate around the practice of data scraping and increases the potential for a legal dispute.
Government Covid-19 vaccine policies requiring workers to get the shot or wear a mask and undergo regular testing give employers a viable model to increase workplace inoculation rates without imposing hard, vaccination-or-termination mandates, employment attorneys and scholars said.
Mandates that employers must offer laid-off workers their jobs back before hiring other applicants are the latest example of workplace protections making the leap from the union bargaining table to state or municipal law.
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