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The 233 firms named and shamed for not paying the minimum wage

the 233 firms named and shamed for not paying the minimum wage
Employers have been slapped with a record £1.9 million fine and forced to dish out extra money to staff for failing to pay a minimum wage.More than 13,000 low paid workers will be handed around £2..
Plymouth Herald

Shipping giant convicted, fined $25m, for running Australian car imports cartel

Giant global shipping lines ran a cartel for importing cars into Australia in a "deliberate, systematic" scheme resulting in a landmark conviction for one company and a massive $25 million fine.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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News video: U.S. says Exxon under Tillerson violated Russia sanctions in 2014

U.S. says Exxon under Tillerson violated Russia sanctions in 2014 00:54

The United States slapped a $2 million fine on energy giant Exxon Mobil Thursday for deals it made with the head of Russian oil company Rosneft that violated sanctions. The deals happened when..
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News video: Exxon Sues Treasury Department Over Russia Sanction Fines

Exxon Sues Treasury Department Over Russia Sanction Fines 01:19

The U.S. Treasury Department says Exxon Mobil violated U.S. sanctions against Russia in 2014, but the company disputes that.
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News video: PennDOT waives $3 million fine for Liberty Bridge fire

PennDOT waives $3 million fine for Liberty Bridge fire 02:57

Ten months ago, the Liberty Bridge caught fire and nearly collapsed, frustrating drivers for weeks while repairs were made. PennDOT fined bridge contractor Joseph B. Fay Co. for the fire. In May,..
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News video: Hobby Lobby agrees to pay $3 million fine, give up artifacts

Hobby Lobby agrees to pay $3 million fine, give up artifacts 02:17

Hobby Lobby, the arts and crafts chain, has agreed to pay a $3 million federal fine, and give up thousands of ancient religious artifacts it smuggled into the U.S. The company's president owns one of..
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News video: Hobby Lobby fined $3 million for smuggled Iraqi artifacts

Hobby Lobby fined $3 million for smuggled Iraqi artifacts 03:39

The Department of Justice says Hobby Lobby will pay a $3 million fine after smuggling ancient artifacts from Iraq into the U.S. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid joins CBSN with more details.
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Acquire Learning faces $4.5 million in penalties

Embattled vocational education broker Acquire Learning has been slapped with a $4.5 million fine after a Federal Court judge ruled that the company's sales and recruitment tactics were "disgraceful".
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Facebook hit with $165 million fine for misleading EU on Whatsapp merger

European regulators said that Facebook was not honest about its ability to identify users that had both Facebook and WhatsApp accounts, and link those accounts. At the time of the merger review,..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

BT fined $A69m over cable delays

BT has been slapped with a $A69 million fine by the UK telecoms watchdog over delayed high-speed cable installations.
SBS

Federal Court approves $45m Tabcorp fine

The Federal Court has approved gaming giant Tabcorp's $45 million fine for non-compliance with anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing laws.
SBS Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Australia: Absence of adequate risk assessments results in $1 million fine - Cooper Grace Ward

The case reminds employers to be vigilant when undertaking risk assessments and implementing safe systems of work.
Mondaq

Power company buys fine, not renewables

Major electricity company ERM Power has chosen for tax reasons to pay a $123 million fine rather than buy more renewable energy.
SBS

Video games website Steam fined $3 million for refusing refunds

Gaming company Valve Corporation has been hit with a $3 million fine after online games site Steam breached Australian Consumer Laws.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

BMW Hit With $77-Million Fine For Unserviceable Loans


TMR

Chem blaze may cost waste company $1.5m

A WASTE company faces a maximum $1.5 million fine and will face the District Court after admitting responsibility for a 2013 chemical fire that injured an employee.
The Advertiser

Disney company cops $2.6 million fine over Harrison Ford injury on Star Wars shoot

A Disney-owned production company has been hit with a hefty fine over the accident that left Harrison Ford with a broken leg.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

QLD used car salesman could face $1.1 million fine over 'unjust' high interest loans


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