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JP Morgan (NYSE: JPM), UBS (NYSE: UBS) and Credit Suisse (NYSE:CS) have been fined for colluding.
BJP MP Nishikant Dubey had accused Jet of colluding with officials of the civil aviation ministry
666 Third Avenue, 105 East 17th Street, 31 West 52nd Street and 200 Liberty Street (building sources: Property Shark) The Manhattan district attorney has indicted six subcontractors for allegedly colluding with Lehr Construction, which was charged with fraud and corruption yesterday, in swindling $30 million from construction clients.
Economist Martin Mwinga has accused the three leading supermarkets in the country of colluding in order to fix prices.
Some think Obama and Livni are colluding, others blame a media mogul.
He claims to have been mistreated and tortured in Pakistan, where he was detained, and has accused Greater Manchester Police of colluding in this to some extent.
The claims bring to three the number of countries in which British intelligence agents have been accused of colluding in the torture of UK nationals.
Britain has denied any role in torture or of colluding with other authorities that might have tortured Mohamed.
BUILDING A CASE: The Office of Fair Trading has accused 112 construction firms of colluding on prices
BRITISH AIRWAYS' total penalty for colluding over flight pricing came to around pounds 270 million last night after American authorities announced their financial penalty.
British Airways was hit by a transatlantic double whammy yesterday when UK and US authorities imposed fines totalling more than pounds 270 million on the airline after it admitted colluding over flight pricing.
With his record of voting for liberal justices Ginsburg and Stephen Breyer, and of colluding with Democrats in their campaign to kill the most conservative Bush nominees, what guarantee is there a President McCain will nominate and fight for the fifth jurist who would vote to overturn Roe v.