Trust Digest 143 (June 13, 2016)

U.S. Files Antitrust Case Against North Carolina's Largest Health System

Justice Department, state attorney general allege Carolinas HealthCare stifled competition. 
Key Words: Health system, antitrust 
Trust Issues: Integrity, Capability, Power  

Reports Show Inspectors Found Recurring Problems at CRF Factory  
Before sweeping recall, problems at Pasco, Wash., plant were more widespread than previously known. 
Key Words: FDA, frozen foods recall  
Trust Issues: Integrity, Benevolent Concern, Risk Tolerance 

Bill Would Require Doctors to Report Medical-Device Hazards 
Doctors would be required to report potentially serious problems with medical devices they use to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, under a new bill that a pair of lawmakers is expected to introduce in Congress Wednesday.
Key Words: Medical-device hazards, doctors, FDA 
Trust Issues: Risk Tolerance, Situational Security, Benevolent Concern 

Libya SWF trial against Goldman Sachs set to start at London High Court  
Libya’s $67 billion sovereign wealth fund will go head-to-head with Goldman Sachs in London’s High Court this week over claims that the U.S. investment bank exploited the fund by encouraging it to make risky and ultimately worthless investments. 
Key Words: Goldman Sachs, Libya, sovereign wealth fund  
Trust Issues: Risk Tolerance, Interests, Integrity 

Russia and England could be expelled from Euro 2016 if violence persists  
European soccer’s governing body warned the English and Russian soccer associations on Sunday their teams could be disqualified from Euro 2016 if there was more of the fan violence that has injured several dozen people.  
Key Words: Soccer, Euro 2016, England, Russia 
Trust Issues: Integrity, Risk Tolerance  

Nearly one in six workers in England and Wales in insecure work  
Four-and-a-half million people in England and Wales are in insecure work, according to research by Citizens Advice, which has warned too much focus on boosting pay risks ignoring the problem of unpredictable incomes for many households. 
Key Words: Unpredictable incomes, zero-hour contracts 
Trust Issues: Risk Tolerance, Benevolent Concern, Integrity 

ACT Cancels Exams in South Korea, Hong Kong Due to Test Leak    
Some Asian countries have struggles to clamp down on cheating on standardized tests. 
Key Words: College entrance exam, ACT, cancellation 
Trust Issues: Risk Tolerance, Integrity 

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