Financial affairs

CBA fined $ 7 million for interest overcharging

The Federal Court of Australia has fined the CBA $ 7 million as a penalty for its overbilling case with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC). The proceedings against CBA, which began in November, focused on the bank’s deceptive statements and conduct. The bank was found to overcharged interest …

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Autonomous cellular immunity shaped human evolution

image: Jessica Brinkworth, anthropology professor, studies the evolution of human immune function and its impact on susceptibility to serious infections. seen Following Credit: Photo by Fred Zwicky CHAMPAIGN, Illinois – Each human cell harbors its own defenses against invading microbials, drawing on strategies that date back to some of the …

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3 stocks on which to build your portfolio

When looking for stocks to build a portfolio, investors should look for a plausible path to long-term expansion at a reasonable price. However, investors don’t have to pay too much or settle for low growth to find such companies. BJ Wholesale (NYSE: BJ), International Business Machines (NYSE: IBM), and meInnovative …

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House Kills State Welfare Division Budget Next Year Amid Concerns Over COVID Help Provided to Child Care Providers | Eye on Boise

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