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Financial technology at banks, insurers could inadvertently discriminate: N.Y. regulator

12 Apr 2019

NEW YORK The new chief of New York State’s financial services regulator on Friday said she is concerned that the complex technology used by banks and insurers to make business decisions could inadvertently discriminate against some consumers.

New chief of N.Y. regulator to zero in on the impact of technology on finance

12 Apr 2019

NEW YORK, April 12 The new chief of New York State’s financial services regulator on Friday said she is concerned that the complex technology used by banks and insurers to make business decisions could inadvertently discriminate against some consumers.

SEC steps on Tesla 'reasonable' to prevent problems: commissioner

08 Apr 2019

WASHINGTON The U.S. securities watchdog's request that a federal judge hold Tesla Inc Chief Executive Elon Musk in contempt over the billionaire entrepreneur's use of Twitter was "reasonable," said a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission official on Monday.

Goldman seeks 'curious' engineers for digital innovation program: website

03 Apr 2019

Goldman Sachs Group Inc on Wednesday launched an initiative to attract tech-savvy engineers to the bank to take part in a year-long program aimed at developing new finance apps and other innovations, according to the company’s website.

AIG paid CEO Duperreault $20.9 million in 2018: filing

03 Apr 2019

Insurer American International Group Inc said on Tuesday it paid Chief Executive Officer Brian Duperreault $20.9 million in 2018 while also outlining a series of reforms to its pay practices in the face of shareholder criticism.

Fed sanctions former Goldman Sachs bankers over 1MDB money-laundering scandal

12 Mar 2019

WASHINGTON The U.S. Federal Reserve said on Tuesday it had sanctioned two former Goldman Sachs Group Inc bankers for their roles in a money-laundering scandal involving 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), Malaysia's state-owned investment fund.

Insurers face large claims after second Boeing 737 MAX crash

12 Mar 2019

Boeing Co's insurers face big claims from families of the victims of the Ethiopian Airlines crash, coming less than six months after the crash of the same type of Boeing aircraft in Indonesia, insurance and aviation sources said.

Insurers face large claims after second Boeing 737 MAX crash

11 Mar 2019

Boeing Co's insurers face big claims from families of the victims of the Ethiopian Airlines crash, coming less than six months after the crash of the same type of Boeing aircraft in Indonesia, insurance and aviation sources said.

Justice Department taps Mueller prosecutor to enforce foreign lobbying disclosure

07 Mar 2019

NEW ORLEANS A former prosecutor for Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation has been tapped to step up the U.S. government's enforcement of a rarely prosecuted law on foreign lobbying, a senior Justice Department official said on Wednesday.

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