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Inside a Brazen Scheme to Woo China: Gifts, Golf and a $4,254 Wine

By Michael Forsythe, David Enrich and Alexandra Stevenson

Confidential documents detail Deutsche Bank’s influence campaign and hiring practices in China. More than 100 relatives of top Communist Party officials got jobs.

Johnson & Johnson Hit With $8 Billion Jury Verdict in Risperdal Suit

By Mihir Zaveri and Katie Thomas

A Philadelphia jury found that a subsidiary downplayed the risks that the anti-psychotic drug could lead to breast growth in boys.

Johnson & Johnson Hit With $8 Billion Jury Verdict in Risperdal Suit

By Mihir Zaveri and Katie Thomas

A Philadelphia jury found that a subsidiary downplayed the risks that the anti-psychotic drug could lead to breast growth in boys.

Man Gets 10-Day Sentence for Missing Jury Duty

By Neil Vigdor

Deandre Somerville was also sentenced to a year of probation and required to do 150 hours of community service, write an apology letter and pay a $223 fine after oversleeping.

Vontaze Burfict Suspended for the Rest of the N.F.L. Season

By Victor Mather

The penalty was based on the Raiders linebacker’s history of hits that violate league rules.

China’s Big Brother Targets Business

By Alexandra Stevenson and Paul Mozur

Beijing hopes its social credit system will use vast troves of data to quickly punish companies accused of wrongdoing. U.S. firms could get hit, too.

Nissan and Carlos Ghosn Settle S.E.C. Charges of Underreporting Compensation

By Ben Dooley

The settlement is the latest fallout from Mr. Ghosn’s arrest in Japan on suspicion of attempting to hide part of his compensation from investors.

China Scores Businesses, and Low Grades Could Be a Trade-War Weapon

By Alexandra Stevenson and Paul Mozur

Beijing hopes its social credit system will quickly punish companies accused of wrongdoing. U.S. firms could get hit, too.

Facebook Agrees to Extensive New Oversight as Part of $5 Billion Settlement

By Mike Isaac and Natasha Singer

The F.T.C. placed new conditions on Facebook for privacy violations, but did not restrict the social network’s ability to gather and use people’s personal information.

Qualcomm Is Fined Again by European Regulators for Antitrust Behavior

By Reuters

The $272 million fine is for blocking a rival chip maker from the market. It is the second time in two years that E.U. authorities have penalized Qualcomm.

F.T.C. Approves Facebook Fine of About $5 Billion

By Cecilia Kang

If approved by the Justice Department, the settlement would be the biggest fine levied by the federal government against a technology company.

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