Aaron Gregg, Washington Post

Aaron Gregg

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Past articles by Aaron:

Elizabeth Holmes projected to leave prison in 9 years instead of 11

The disgraced start-up founder's release date has been changed to 2032, federal records show. → Read More

Canadian court gives thumbs up on emoji counting as binding contract

A dispute over a flax contract could usher in a "new reality in Canadian society," according to a recent opinion from a Saskatchewan judge. → Read More

UPS, Teamsters contract talks break down, raising the odds of a strike

A marathon negotiation session ended early Wednesday with UPS and the Teamsters Union accusing each other of walking away from the table. → Read More

Strong sales for Tesla, Rivian signal growth in EV interest, analysts say

Shares of both companies soared Monday after they delivered more vehicles than expected in the most recently completed quarter → Read More

In a first, FTC charges genetic testing firm over failure to protect data

The Federal Trade Commission faulted 1Helath.io, formerly known as Vitagene, with failing to protect consumers' genetic information. → Read More

Former U.S. Virgin Islands first lady aided Epstein, JPMorgan argues

Citing emails, JPMorgan Chase accused former first lady Cecile de Jongh of helping Jeffrey Epstein navigate regulations in the U.S. Virgin Islands. → Read More

West Coast ports reach union contract, ending year-long labor dispute

The tentative contract between the Pacific Maritime Association and the International Longshore and Warehouse Union covers longshoremen at 29 Wet Coast ports. → Read More

JPMorgan reaches settlement with Jeffrey Epstein’s victims

The tentative deal would resolve a lawsuit filed on behalf of sexual abuse victims of the disgraced financier and claims the bank giant ignored warnings about him. → Read More

Netflix subscriptions soar after password crackdown

The streaming giant saw its daily sign-ups go up by 102 percent after it alerted subscribers it would begin to curb password sharing on May 23. → Read More

SEC sues Coinbase, one day after taking aim at Binance

The federal regulator accused the cryptocurrency platform of operating as an unregistered securities broker. → Read More

Labor dispute snarls operations at West Coast ports

Major retail and manufacturing groups are urging the White House to help broker a deal between dockworkers and port operators. → Read More

Judge in Disney-DeSantis federal lawsuit removes himself

The federal judge assigned to Walt Disney Co.’s lawsuit against Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has recused himself from the case. → Read More

Macy’s cuts full-year outlook in latest sign of retail weakness

Weaker sales expectations at Macy's are the latest sign of weakness in the retail sector, as consumers trade down to cheaper products. → Read More

Telecom company sued by nearly every state over billions of robocalls

A coalition of 48 states and the District alleges that Avid Telecom facilitated 21 billion calls from 2018 to 2023, including many on the Do Not Call Registry. → Read More

Disney ends nearly $1 billion Fla. project in DeSantis feud’s latest salvo

Citing ‘considerable changes’ to business conditions, Disney canceled plans for an office complex that was expected to bring more than 2,000 jobs to Florida. → Read More

Deutsche Bank said to agree to $75 million settlement in Epstein case

Plaintiffs in a proposed class action lawsuit accused the German bank of enabling the disgraced financier’s sex crimes. → Read More

Disney asks Fla. court to toss lawsuit from DeSantis’s board

Disney has asked Florida's 9th Judicial Circuit Court to throw out a lawsuit brought against it by Gov. Ron DeSantis's hand-picked oversight board. → Read More

Wells Fargo agrees to $1 billion shareholder settlement

The lawsuit brought by shareholders, including pension funds, accused the bank of misleading investors about the extent of its compliance with consent orders. → Read More

An automotive manufacturer refused a massive airbag recall. Now what?

The NHTSA wants ARC Automotive to recall airbag inflators affecting 67 million vehicles, citing the risk of flying metal linked to several injuries, including one death. → Read More

Falling meat prices hurt Tyson Foods as shares plummet

Prices for pork and beef have fallen over the past year as demand has softened, one of the largest U.S. meat producers says. → Read More