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SEC unveils rules to prevent misleading claims and enhance disclosures by ESG funds

Gary Gensler, chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, at the SEC headquarters in Washington, on July 22, 2021. Melissa…

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World

Labor seeks Federal Court order over ‘misleading’ election posters in Higgins

The Australian Labor Party has sought a court order to have signs removed that are aimed at disadvantaging the party…

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World

Federal Court orders removal of ‘misleading’ anti-Labor election posters in Higgins

The Federal Court in Melbourne has granted a court order to have election signs that Labor is calling misleading removed…

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World

Federal Court orders removal of ‘misleading’ anti-Labor election posters in Higgins

The Federal Court in Melbourne has granted a court order to have election signs that Labor is calling misleading removed…

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World

Candidate urges prosecution over ‘misleading’ Greens signs

Live ACT senate candidate David Pocock wants a conservative political lobby group prosecuted, after it was found to have breached…

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United Kingdom

Junior KPMG auditor ‘should not lose his home’ for misleading regulator, says tribunal

A former junior KPMG auditor should not receive a fine so large it could force him to sell his matrimonial…

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United Kingdom

Tory MSPs apologise for accusing Justice Secretary of misleading Parliament

Two Scottish Conservative MSPs have apologised for accusing Justice Secretary Keith Brown of misleading Parliament, blaming “duff information” from Police…

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Intuit to pay customers $141 million for misleading TurboTax ads

The company behind the TurboTax tax-filing program will pay $141 million to customers across the United States who were deceived…

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World

Fact check: Labor’s misleading Medicare scare campaign

“At this election, you can choose Scott Morrison or you can choose Medicare. But you can’t have both.” The above…

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Business

Australia fines Expedia Group’s Trivago US$33M on misleading hotel room rates

An Australian court fined Trivago, a unit of U.S.-based online travel firm Expedia Group, A$44.7 million (US$32.91 million) for…

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