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Deutsche Bank Said to Pay $100 Million Over Bribery Charges

Federal prosecutors are expected to announce that Deutsche Bank violated anti-bribery laws as it tried to win business in places like China, according to a person familiar with the matter.Deutsche Bank is expected to agree to pay more than $100 million to settle the charges and to enter into a so-called deferred prosecution agreement in Brooklyn federal court on Friday, said the person, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the agreement had not been announced.Such an agreement would be the latest black eye for Deutsche Bank, which has been repeatedly penalized in recent years for its involvement …

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Robinhood Settles S.E.C. Charges Over Misleading Customers

The Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday said that Robinhood, the stock trading app, had misled its customers about how it was paid by Wall Street firms for passing along customer trades, the latest enforcement action against the popular platform.Robinhood agreed to pay a $65 million fine to settle the charges, the latest blow to the company whose popularity has surged since its founding, offering commission-free trading and an easy-to-use app. Critics have said that the company relied on practices that hurt its rapidly growing base of customers, who tend to be younger and less experienced.The charges announced on …

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