Gravity Payments' Dan Price made national news when he announced an across-the-board raise for his 120-person team. Now, he is being accused of cutting his brother out of profits.
An independent inquiry found the CEO had been aware the company had inflated its profits by $1.2 billion over a period of several years.
The multiple worker classification lawsuits filed against the company were the 'deciding factor.'
The complaint say the company's policy of checking retail employees' bags as a security precaution was embarrassing and demeaning.
The Chamber's key recommendations lay out ways to bolster due process for defendants in SEC enforcement actions, it says.
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Regulators are said to be looking into claims about whether Apple's treatment of rival streaming music apps is illegal under antitrust law.
The case could decide whether Uber's drivers are independent contractors or employees.
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