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Philadelphia's transit agency has filed a lawsuit against Gilead Sciences challenging the "exorbitant pricing" of its hepatitis C drug Sovaldi.
A U.S. court vacated the insider trading convictions of former hedge fund managers Todd Newman and Anthony Chiasson.
Apple continued to fight tooth and nail to prevent recent video testimony from the tech giant's co-founder Steve Jobs in the Apple iPod anti-trust case.
Federal Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers, along with both Apple and the plaintiffs' lawyers have finally appeared to agree on a new plaintiff: Barbara Bennett.
A Harvard Business School associate professor just couldn't let it go when he was overcharged $4 for Chinese takeout.
Mark Cuban, once the target of a big U.S. insider trading probe, met publicly with Christopher Cox, the former SEC chairman, for the first time.
Executives at the biggest U.S. banks are sharing notes with each other before their next round of tests with federal regulators.
Federal profiling on the basis of religion, gender, national origin, sexual orientation and gender identity will be banned, NBC News reports.
Remington firmly denied that the replacement of allegedly defective triggers is a recall, and insists its products are not defective.
Ron Klain, the Democratic power broker appointed by President Barack Obama to manage the U.S. response to Ebola, is set to depart his job in March.
President Barack Obama, who had medical tests after complaining of a sore throat, is suffering from acid reflux.
Remington has agreed to replace millions of Model 700 rifle triggers in a nationwide settlement involving one of America's most popular guns.
Apple attorneys proved a class representative's iPod was purchased after the class period ended. What will the judge do now?
There's a little known pot of cash the SEC has set aside for tipsters, says this former SEC lawyer, which could make whistleblowing quite lucrative.
President Obama tells the Business Roundtable "it makes no sense that we have a first-class economy with second-class infrastructure."
It's Day 2 of the Apple antitrust trial, and sparks could fly on the witness stand.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson warns that companies can't do their part to pump up the economy if Washington's standoff festers.
Denton, a small town north of Dallas is the first municipality to ban fracking for shale oil, reports NBC.
Apple is back in the courtroom to defend itself from antitrust allegations and Steve Jobs, the late founder of Apple, is set to be a witness for the plaintiffs.
The fourth-quarter CEO Economic Outlook Index declined moderately, with CEOs citing tax policy and regulation as the key factors.
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