GM Presses White-Collar Staff Who Haven't Reported Covid-19 Vaccination Status 

General Motors warned salaried workers that they face administrative action if they fail to comply with a corporate mandate to report their vaccination status.

United Airlines Is Fined $1.9 Million for Runway Delays 

United Airlines Holdings Inc. faces a $1.9 million fine for 25 flights the Transportation Department said violated its rule prohibiting long tarmac delays, the largest fine it has issued for such violations.

PG&E to Face Manslaughter Charges Over 2020 Wildfire 

A California prosecutor has filed an array of criminal charges against the utility in connection with the Zogg Fire, which killed four people.

Sequential Moves Closer to Selling Joe's Jeans, Jessica Simpson Brands 

Bankrupt licensing business Sequential Brands said a potential buyer of its Joe's Jeans line has raised its offer by 18%, while Jessica Simpson and her family are closer to finalizing a bid for a majority stake in her lifestyle collection.

Carnival's Third-Quarter Revenue Jumps from Year Ago 

The cruise giant made $546 million in revenue for the third quarter, a Carnival spokesman said, substantially higher than the $31 million reported in the same period last year, but still far below pre-pandemic levels.

Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou Reaches Deal With Justice Department 

Under the agreement, Ms. Meng admitted to some wrongdoing in exchange for prosecutors deferring and later dropping wire and bank fraud charges.

EQT Faces Probe Over Disclosure of Share Sale 

The private-equity giant is under investigation by Sweden's regulator for potential market abuse over the timing of its disclosure that it allowed its partners to sell about $2.7 billion worth of company stock a year ahead of schedule.

Evergrande Auditor Gave Clean Bill of Health Despite Debt 

Last year the property developer offered deep discounts to keep sales growing and the Chinese government effectively said it had borrowed too much, yet its auditor gave it a clean bill of health.

Ad Giant WPP to Pay $19 Million to Resolve SEC Investigation 

International advertising giant WPP is set to pay $19 million to settle a Securities and Exchange Commission probe into whether its rapid overseas expansion involved violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

HNA Group Chairman Chen Feng, CEO Adam Tan Detained by Police 

The embattled Chinese conglomerate said the pair are suspected of committing crimes and have been detained, but its operations haven't been affected.


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