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Ethics Committee: Texas Congressman Did Not Violate Conflict of Interest Rules

On August 1, the House Ethics Committee ruled that Texas Republican Roger Williams “did not violate congressional conflict-of-interest rules in 2015 when he pushed changes to legislation that could have benefited his auto dealership” (Chron). However, the panel did warn Williams that “this is an area where mistakes can be made,” citing an example from […]

Aug. 10, 2017
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Authenticom CEO Claims “Stunning Victory” in Antitrust Suit

Steve Cottrell, CEO of the La Crosse, Wisconsin-based data solutions company Authenticom, today announced that his company obtained a “stunning victory” after a federal judge ruled that rival companies CDK Global and Reynolds & Reynolds had to stop practices Cottrell said were meant to drive Authenticom out of business. Judge James Peterson, of Madison, made […]

Aug. 7, 2017
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Wells Fargo Encounters Roadblock on Journey to Restore Trust

Wells Fargo just hit a bump in the road: in its tenth month working to restore its image and rebuild both customer and shareholder trust, an internal review revealed that the bank might have pressed thousands of car buyers into “loan defaults and repossession by charging them for unwanted insurance.” According to a statement released […]

July 28, 2017
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Owner of South Carolina dealership arrested for breach of trust

The owner of the Davis Family Auto Center was jailed this week for failing to pay a woman after he sold her truck.

May 5, 2017
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