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Herbalife is the focus of a Securities and Exchange Commission investigation into anti-corruption compliance in the firm’s China business, the company reported in a Jan. 20 regulatory filing. An analyst covering the stock believes the investigation will have little impact on growth.
At its start in 2006 and for a few subsequent sessions, the caucus wasn't well known and receiving the Administration Committee's acknowledgement that it was an authorized congressional membership group wasn't routine. Returning members had to renew their membership with each session, too.
Supplement and food firms “major” targets still of Prop 65 private enforcers, including the primary bounty hunter Environmental Research Center, which has gone after many retail-distributed supplement brands and now has direct and catalog sales in its crosshairs.
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GAO recommends better cooperation between FDA and FTC and more public outreach are key to preventing consumers from believing noncompliant cognitive benefit claims for supplements.
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