New York Times reviews travel agency to find more than $2.5 million in fraud

NEW YORK — The New York State Department of Financial Services is reviewing travel agency Waipahu Travel to see if it has violated a federal law governing fraudulent activity.The department says Waipua Travel violated a $1.5 billion fraud statute by falsely claiming to be a “Sun Travel Agency.”The department says it has been in contact …

Uber says it has reached a settlement with the FTC over antitrust allegations

Uber is finally admitting to wrongdoing and will pay a $2 billion settlement with US regulators over its alleged collusion with a travel agency that allegedly used fake Uber drivers to collect fares.The company also says it will work with regulators to ensure that all of its business is conducted in compliance with the law …