Tagged With Fines

Facebook was just slapped with a record-setting $5 billion fine for mishandling user data, but those users won't see a penny. Here's where that money goes.


Marriott gets slammed with $123 million fine after a major data breach exposed the personal data of 339 million hotel guests


An Australian tennis player was fined $56,100 for not trying hard enough in his sad 58-minute Wimbledon defeat



Goldman Sachs knows where all the money went, says Malaysia finance minister as country gears up for fight for stolen 1MDB billions


Online casino 888 fined record £7.8 million for failing to protect problem gamblers -- including one who stole £55,000 to fund bets


British businesses are unaware new data protection laws could cost them millions in fines



San Francisco just hired America's first-ever 'director of financial justice' to get rid fees that 'unfairly punish' a specific part of the population


Donald Trump and Christmas help banks to a settlement with the US over mortgages


REPORT: Barclays, Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse face billions in fines before the US election


The 4 ways Wells Fargo employees were ripping off customers, earning the bank a $185M fine


There's been a massive increase in cyclists busted for not wearing helmets since NSW upped fines 450%


Wells Fargo just agreed to pay $1.2 billion for improper mortgage lending practices



Dish could face $24 billion in fines for robocalls


MORGAN STANLEY: Banks will be hit with another $65 billion in legal costs


Wall Street will be surprised to hear what New York's ex-banking regulator just said about regulators


EE just got fined £1m for botching customer complaints



Three big tobacco giants just got told to pay £8.2 billion to smokers 'who didn't know the health risks'


PayPal just got hit with a $25 million fine for signing up users to PayPal Credit without them knowing it


Morgan Stanley just got hit with another fine for bad behaviour


JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon once told Elizabeth Warren to 'hit' him with a fine because the bank could 'afford it'