The Wall Street Journal
· Universal Health Services to Pay $122 Million to Settle Billing Investigations →
As part of the settlement, UHS entered into a corporate integrity agreement with the Office of the Inspector General that will remain in effect for five years, prosecutors said.
· Dou Dou Bake: Launching a designer bakery in PJ in the time of Covid-19 →
Their bakers then mill these whole grains fresh every day to preserve its integrity.
· Report: New Evidence Implicates Quinton Dunbar, Deandre Baker of Payoff Cover-Up →
“Johnson’s actions contaminated the integrity of the investigation as he made the victims recant their statements, only after given them cash,” the warrant reads.
· SIngapore GE: SDP goes away empty-handed, but sees increase in vote share in key challenges →
The SDP had been particularly singled out during the hustings, the analysts noted, with the PAP questioning not just the integrity of the party but also the character of its chiefs, Dr Chee and Dr Tambyah.
· Croatia, Bulgaria take big step toward joining the euro →
The ECB, the central bank for the euro, said Bulgaria “will also continue implementing the extensive reforms carried out in the judiciary and in the fight against corruption and organized crime” in light of their importance for the stability and the integrity of the financial system.
· Commentary: Controversies over COVID-19 research show the messy progress of science →
By early June, both the Lancet and New England Journal of Medicine articles were retracted, citing concerns about the integrity of the database the researchers used in the studies.
· Fastly - Optimum Entry Point For The Next Rally →
Then, await any pull back to test pattern integrity - i.e.
· Singapore's governing PAP returns to power but faces setback →
Some opposition parties slammed the move as irregular and warned it might compromise the election's integrity.
The New York Times
· Appeals Court Sends the Case of a Pink $40 Million Diamond to Trial →
In its decision, the court cited the “strong New York contacts” in the case and the state’s “overwhelming interest in protecting the integrity of its market.”