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NEW YORK, March 26- A U.S. judge on Thursday refused to dismiss antitrust litigation accusing a variety of Wall Street banks and commodity merchants of conspiring to drive up aluminum prices by reducing supply. District Judge Katherine Forrest in Manhattan said metals purchasers may pursue claims against affiliates of Goldman Sachs Group Inc, JPMorgan Chase&...
NEW YORK, March 4- A U.S. judge has dismissed antitrust litigation accusing a variety of Wall Street banks and commodity merchants of conspiring to drive up aluminum prices by reducing supply. District Judge Katherine Forrest in Manhattan rejected claims brought by aluminum purchasers against several defendants including Goldman Sachs Group Inc, JPMorgan...
NEW YORK, March 4- A U.S. judge dismissed antitrust litigation accusing the parent of the London Metal Exchange, the large mining company Glencore Plc and two other foreign defendants of being part of a conspiracy among Wall Street banks and commodity merchants to drive up aluminum prices by reducing supply. District Judge Katherine Forrest in Manhattan ruled...
NEW YORK, Feb 11- James Garrity, a partner in the law firm Morgan Lewis& Bockius, is returning to the bench as a U.S. bankruptcy judge in New York after more than a 15- year absence, court officials announced on Wednesday. Bankruptcy Judge Allan Gropper on Feb. 17, according to the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, which oversees bankruptcy judge succession in the...
Jan 13- Apple Inc has been granted a patent for a wearable camera that could possibly challenge action cameras made by GoPro Inc.. The patent, which cites specific weaknesses in GoPro's cameras, includes details about a camera system that can be mounted on bike helmets or scuba masks, Apple said in an application filed with the U.S. JMP Securities analyst Alex...
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It’s time for the Lightning Round. Cramer makes the call on viewer favorites.
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