StarKist to pay US$100M fine in tuna price fixing case
Tuna giant asked to half the fine that could lead it to bankruptcy, judge declined.
Peru to fine Kimberly Clark over toilet paper price fixing
The US company controls about 88% of the South American country’s market for paper tissues and personal hygiene disposables.
TransAlta offers $56M for electricity price fixing case
If approved, money go to the government’s general revenue fund, not to ratepayers.
China fines Mercedes $57M on price fixing charges
Part of a wide ranging probe in an apparent effort to force down prices.
US auto parts price fixing probe reverberates across industry
Thirty-four individuals have been charged and 27 companies have pleaded guilty, agreeing to pay more than $2.3 billion in fines.
Bridgestone to pay $425M fine in price fixing conspiracy
Company is charged with allocating sales, rigging bids and raising prices of anti-vibration rubber parts sold to car makers.
Foreign companies in China feel unfairly singled out by government probes
European Chamber of Commerce in China says accusations get more publicity from state-controlled media.
US seeks $1B fine, long prison terms in LCD price fixing
Largest criminal antitrust case surpasses the break-up of a vitamin cartel in the late 1990s.
Fifth parts maker charged in price fixing scam
Fujikura Ltd. will pay a $20 million criminal fine
Autoparts makers to pay $548 million for price-fixing
Yazaki Corp. and DENSO Corp. have become the centre of the biggest anti-trust investigation in U.S. history