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A New Jersey court struck down a plan to cut contributions to its public pension system, ruling in favor of plaintiffs that sued the state.
Navy Admiral Michael Rogers declined to comment Monday on reports about U.S. implanting spyware for surveillance purposes.
In finding the Palestinian authorities liable in the attacks, jurors awarded the victims $218.5 million in damages for the bloodshed.
A shutdown of the department of Homeland Security is looking increasingly likely, according to the New York Times.
Nasdaq granted CNBC rare all-day access at its Rockville, Maryland, facility to see how its analysts police the markets in real time.
There's a new mortgage crisis brewing — only this one is completely different than the one in 2008, says bank analyst Dick Bove.
Rep. Jenkins is seeking support for a bill that will boost 529 college-savings plans — not tax them, like President Obama proposed.
Goldman Sachs has raised the top end of its estimate of "reasonably possible" legal losses to about $3 billion from $2.5 billion.
Canada will increase the insurance railways must carry when they haul crude oil and impose a levy on shippers.
Obama's big data laws can't be allowed to crush innovation, says this big data CEO.
The US says it will fine Takata $14,000 per day for failing to fully cooperate in a probe of faulty and potentially dangerous air bag inflators.
A former director of sales for U.S. chipmaker Qualcomm pleaded guilty in San Diego on Thursday to insider trading, officials said.
Former Crazy Eddie CFO Sam Antar says he tipped off the authorities to money laundering via Israeli banks 25 years ago.
The credit card company's rules for merchants violate antitrust laws, a US judged ruled Thursday.
A financier is calling for law firms to go public rather than have partners provide equity. The NYT reports.
The New York state attorney general says in a lawsuit that UPS shipped 700,000 cartons of untaxed cigarettes between 2010 and 2014.
The SEC reported on Tuesday it is investigating cash movements between Caterpillar's U.S. and foreign subsidiaries.
Attorney General Holder said he issued a 90-day deadline to identify people who could be charged for actions tied to the mortgage crisis.
Political scandals tend to be debatable but here's one that both Republicans and Democrats can finally agree on!
If the Federal Communications Commission adopts controversial net neutrality rules, expect lawsuits, AT&T Chairman and CEO Randall Stephenson tells CNBC.