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CNBC's Jane Wells reports on the business of O.J. Simpson, as he awaits word on whether he will be paroled.
More than 150,000 ether tokens, a digital currency similar to bitcoin, worth around $30 million were stolen by cybercriminals on Wednesday.
Shkreli is accused of using sham settlement and consulting agreements from his drug company to pay off investors he allegedly defrauded.
"Your husband had stolen $1.6 million from me and I will get it back. I will go to any length necessary to get it back," Shkreli wrote.
Timothy Pierotti has said Shkreli harassed him and his family in a bid to get back more than 350,000 Retrophin shares.
Perhaps some robots are taking this whole 'be more human' thing a bit too far.
John Neill said Shkreli waited nearly half a year to tell him his investment stake had dropped more than 40 percent.
Corey Massella said the accounting firm resigned from working for Retrophin after getting abusive emails from Shkreli about their work.
Turkey isn't necessarily choosing the East over the West as it makes its decision over capital punishment, says Reva Goujon of Stratfor.
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Martin Shkreli "doesn't seem to see other people as important if they don't fit into the scheme of what he wants," said Retrophin's CEO.
DMX was accused of concealing millions of dollars of income to avoid paying $1.7 million in taxes.
Police said there were several casualties in a shooting attack at Jerusalem's old city.
More than 400 people have been charged with taking part in health care scams, officials said.
The SEC announces charges of insider trading against MIT researcher Fei Yan, after he allegedly searched "how sec detect unusual trade."
Federal prosecutors allege that MIT research scientist Fei Yan's profits came from confidential information he obtained from his wife.
Shkreli allegedly ignored calls to limit trading of investors' money, telling Retrophin chairman "I can get rid of you whenever I need to."
CNBC's Sue Herera reports on a scheme to defraud investors, including senior citizens, and forcing them to artificially inflate stocks.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on the nomination hearing of Christopher Wray to be FBI director, and the latest on Donald Trump Jr.'s emails connecting him with a Russian government lawyer.
The dollar weakened on concerns spurred by emails showing Trump's son met with a Kremlin-linked lawyer whose stated goal was to assist Moscow in influencing the U.S. election.
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