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Costco Wholesale will pay $11.75 million to resolve claims that some of its pharmacies filled improper or incomplete prescriptions for controlled substances
Mallinkrodt was being investigated in connection with big price increases for its drug Achthar Gel.
The Croisette has been hit by another audacious robbery.
The Justice Department concluded that the police department suffers from widespread racial bias, patterns of excessive force, poor training and oversight of misconduct.
Cellebrite, a digital forensics firm known for helping law enforcement crack into locked smartphones, has itself fallen victim to hackers.
A foreign exchange dealer who specialized in various international currencies plead guilty to conspiring to fix currency prices
Samsung Group leader Jay Y. Lee appeared at the South Korean special prosecutor's office on Thursday for questioning.
Shkreli, who is accused of securities fraud, is free on $5 million bail, and normally must stay in New York.
Volkswagen pleads guilty in its emissions scandal to conspiracy and obstructing justice. The company will pay $4.3 billion in fines. CNBC's Susan Li reports.
Police have disrupted a racket involving the use of China UnionPay terminals that made illegal cash transactions, the SMCP reports.
A jury sentences convicted Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof to death. CNBC's Sue Herera reports.
French police detained a group of suspects tied to the armed robbery of Kim Kardashian West in Paris.
Fort Lauderdale airport attack suspect Esteban Santiago used a handgun he had in his checked luggage, authorities say.
The FBI has arrested a Volkswagen executive who faces charges of conspiracy to defraud the U.S., the NYT reports.
A.I. assistants are creating thorny legal and privacy questions that experts are scrambling to understand.
The internet of things will have a big impact on our home lives, but all of these connected devices could become a target for hackers.
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