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Authorities arrested Joshua Newman and charged him with defrauding investors out of at least $2 million over a three-year period, NYT reports.
The U.S. Department of Transportation plans to extend federal oversight over General Motors' safety proceedings for another year.
Legislation key to sealing a trade pact cleared a key hurdle, boosting hopes for a deal that's central to Obama's strategic shift toward Asia.
Punishments leveled on international banks involved in foreign exchange rate manipulation "won't change anything," an attorney said.
The case stems from a 2010 rig explosion that killed 11 workers and sent oil spewing into the Gulf of Mexico for 87 days.
ConAgra Foods agreed to pay $11.2 million, to settle a federal charge that the company shipped Peter Pan peanut butter tainted with salmonella.
Civil asset forfeitures have gone up in recent years, and in this report we break down how many asset seizures were valued over $1 million.
Five of the world's largest banks were fined, and four pleaded guilty to U.S. criminal charges over foreign exchange manipulation.
Critics of the EPA say there is a reason the agency saw overwhelming support from its public comments, the NYT reports.
If Congress lifts a claims cap, Amtrak could face damages of as much as half a billion dollars from losses related to last week's crash.
Patent trolls took a hit in 2014, but they aren't dead yet. Patent litigation dropped for the first time in five years, according to a new study.
A Russian wealthy businessman who died suspiciously in 2012 may have been poisoned with a rare toxic plant. Bill Browder, CEO of Hermitage Capital Management, discusses.
Cash or currency make up the majority of the property seized by law enforcement for criminal convictions or suspected crimes.
A stockbroker, who had 69 customer disputes filed over 13 years, was only barred by the FINRA in September 2014, The NYT reports.
The FTC alleges that Nice-Pak misrepresented products, claiming they would break up shortly after being flushed down toilets.
The U.S. Supreme Court rejected an appeal limiting the number of claims concerning Edison International retirement plans.
The Supreme Court on Monday struck down a Maryland tax that has the effect of double-taxing income residents earned in other states.
A U.S. appeals court on Monday said the iPhone maker's trade dress could not be protected.
AT&T chief Randall Stephenson says the new FCC net-neutrality rules will be changed by the courts or Congress.
President Obama plans to put in place new restrictions on the use of military equipment by police departments.
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