Carlyle Group acted without license, Kuwaiti firm claims


Carlyle Group acted without license, Kuwaiti firm claims

KUWAIT CITY A Kuwaiti company suing the Carlyle Group over a $25 million investment that went bad is now accusing the private equity firm of marketing the deal without a license as it seeks to have its case heard in Kuwaiti courts.

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Capital One fined $210 million over marketing

WASHINGTON The Obama administration's consumer watchdog agency flexed its enforcement muscles for the first time Wednesday and ordered Capital One Bank to repay millions to credit card customers allegedly tricked into buying costly add-on services.

Credit deal deadline nears

IN A CLASS ACTION settlement, the credit bureau TransUnion has agreed to provide free credit-monitoring services to millions of consumers to settle claims it illegally passed along private information for marketing purposes. (11 mins ago)

Credit deal deadline nears

IN A CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT, the credit bureau TransUnion has agreed to provide free credit-monitoring services to millions of consumers to settle claims it illegally passed along private information for marketing purposes. (5 hours ago)

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