McKinsey agrees $573m opioid settlement in US

The firms, which have denied wrongdoing, are blamed for using deceptive marketing and ignoring signs of abuse, unleashing an epidemic that drove millions to addiction and claimed the lives of an estimated 450,000 people through overdose deaths from 1999 to 2018.

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Firm fined £2.6m for claiming clothes prevent Covid

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