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FTX Wins Auction for Bankrupt Crypto Broker Voyager Digital's Assets
Sam Bankman-Fried's crypto exchange FTX won an auction for the
assets of Voyager Digital with a bid valued at $1.42 billion.
Crédit Agricole Subsidiaries to Settle Alleged Violations of U.S. Sanctions
Two units of Crédit Agricole's corporate and investment banking
arm have agreed to pay more than $1.12 million in civil
Bowflex Maker Nautilus Mulls Possible Sale
The fitness-products maker, which also makes Schwinn indoor
bikes, said the sale is being considered as part of a broader
review of strategic alternatives.
Ford Seeks New Trial After $1.7 Billion Verdict in Rollover Lawsuit
Ford is asking a Georgia court for a new trial, after a jury
reached a $1.7 billion verdict against the auto maker last month
involving a truck rollover accident that left two people dead.
Santos Gets Offer for PNG LNG Stake From Papua New Guinea State Oil Company
UPDATED: Santos said it has received a binding conditional offer
from Papua New Guinea's national oil-and-gas company to buy a 5%
interest in PNG LNG for $1.4 billion.
Star Outlines Remediation Plan to Retain Sydney Casino License
Star Entertainment Group said it had accepted the findings of a
state inquiry into its Sydney casino operation which found it isn't
suitable to run the venue, and outlined a 130-point remediation
plan in an effort to retain its license.
FBI Working With Australian Authorities on Optus Cyberattack
The FBI is working with Australian authorities to investigate a
data breach at Optus, one of the country's largest telecoms
Walmart Dives Into the Metaverse With New Roblox Partnership
The giant retailer is expanding its presence in the metaverse in
a bid to connect with a new generation of customers.
Amazon Adds Second Prime Member Sales Event in October
The retail giant said its 48-hour "Prime Early Access Sale" will
take place Oct. 11-12 for members of its Prime subscription
Peloton Seeks CMO as Marketing Head Exits
Dara Treseder, now bound for Autodesk, is the latest executive
to leave the struggling fitness company.
(END) Dow Jones Newswires
September 27, 2022 05:15 ET (09:15 GMT)
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