Corporate Crime Blotter

Mar 5: RT @consumerist: Lumber Liquidators Sued Over Formaldehyde Allegations http://t.co/DUlabfwucd
Mar 2: #LumberLiquidators knowingly buys Chinese-made laminate flooring averaging 6-7 times the legal CA #formaldehyde limit http://t.co/DsRWfRdg8L
Feb 18: #AmericanBankingAssociation, lawyers, and #ChamberofCommerce fighting regs to unmask “#BeneficialOwners” of accounts http://t.co/tOGNU86Mvy
Nov 10: Prosecution deferred is justice denied: #AttorneyGeneral nominee #LorettaLynch unlikely to target #WallStreet friends http://t.co/cCqeY9M9Fz
Nov 7: Japan’s #Takata, which makes 20% of car #airbags worldwide, hid flaws tied to 4 deaths and 139 injuries for 4 years http://t.co/lkp8PuMJL1
Nov 3: U.S. fines Korean automakers #Hyundai and #Kia $100 million, revokes credits for lying about #MPG on 1.2 million cars http://t.co/oXJCiRc3Rn
Oct 31: Court orders #WellsFargo to pay $203 million to 1 million debit-card holders for deliberately causing #overdraft fees http://t.co/ULfUgR5z6s
Oct 3: FCC fines #Marriott hotel chain $600K for blocking guests' personal Internet to make them pay $$ to use hotel's wi-fi http://t.co/wqCmmA12nc
Jun 12: #Intel loses appeal of $1.44 BILLION fine (4.15% of 2008 turnover) from EU for paying its customers to buy its chips http://t.co/FaqI9PyZox
May 14: #Samsung apologizes for trying to bury #documentary on workers’ #leukemia from exposure to chemicals at its factories http://t.co/2tvcGQWqzb

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