Insolvency proceedings opened against more of its companies
German firms hit with European human rights criminal complaint
Brands and retailers are accused of being complicit in the forced labour of Uyghurs
Did the delayed election give markets breathing space?
Would an emphatic Biden victory on the night have caused greater market upset?
Venezuela debt fund dispute triggers legal action
Accusations include breach of contract, confidence, trade secrets and copyright infringement
How much would US tech giants’ breakup benefit smaller players?
Evidence points to abuse of power but questions remain about political ability to curb their influence
Crispin Odey to sue regulator over Wirecard short-selling ban
The German regulator sought to stem short-selling in the financial payments business at the start of 2019
German ruling on ECB monetary policy symbolic
Bond purchases not endangered by court decision, says DWS
Malta court grants order to seize millions from Vatican Bank
Two local investment firms and one from Luxembourg are seeking ‘material damages’
ISS ESG backpedals in sustainability rating dispute
After German firm takes it to court over its D- grade
Ousted Danske Bank boss sued by 155 institutional investors
Seeking €358m in damages after claiming they were ‘misled as to the true situation of the bank’