Archive for April, 2015


Deutsche Bank AG paid a record $2.5 billion penalty to settle U.S. and British allegations that it manipulated interest rates, wrapping up a years-long investigation that was delayed by the German bank’s lack of cooperation with government authorities. As part of Thursday’s settlement, a Deutsche Bank unit in London pleaded guilty to U.S. Justice Department […]

  April 6, 2015 By Quentin Fottrell Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Matthew Cooper granted permission to Ellanora Baidoo, a Brooklyn, N.Y.-based nurse, to serve her estranged husband Victor Sena Blood-Dzraku with a divorce summons through a private message on Facebook. “This transmittal shall be repeated by plaintiff’s attorney to defendant once a week for three […]

  April 6, 2015 By Brian R. Fitzgerald Defriending apparently isn’t the harshest blow that can be dealt on Facebook. A New York judge ruled that divorce papers can be served through a Facebook message. The ruling by Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Matthew Cooper allows a lawyer for 26-year-old nurse Ellanora Baidoo to serve the […]