SEOUL, Dec 12- Samsung Electronics Co Ltd on Thursday lost its bid to ban sales of Apple Inc's older iPhone and iPad in South Korea after a court dismissed a lawsuit claiming the U.S. firm had infringed on three of Samsung's mobile patents.» Read More
A federal judge said General Motors does not need to pay $450 million to cover medical benefits for retirees.
Private drone manufacturers say there is a real opportunity for the drone industry, reports CNBC's Josh Lipton.
CNBC's Andrea Day reports on the master mind Gerard Cellette, who plead guilty to 36 counts of securities fraud in 2011.
CNBC's Scott Cohn said Bernard Madoff "looked good" in their two-hour interview in January. Madoff said he "takes some comfort" in the fact that with his assistance, "all of my customers will recover their original investment principal."
NEW YORK, Dec 11- A U.S. Bankrutpcy Court on Wednesday approved Residential Capital's plan to exit Chapter 11 putting the mortgage lender on track to end its 19- month bankruptcy before year's end.
Dec 11- A federal judge said General Motors Co is not required to pay $450 million to cover medical benefits for retirees, in a defeat for the United Auto Workers union.
LONDON, Dec 11- Europe's heavy industry is firing a barrage of legal challenges to cuts in the carbon permits they will get up to 2020- subsidies worth over 4 billion euros- with at least nine firms opening the assault in a Dutch court.
MEXICO CITY, Dec 11- Mexico's Senate on Wednesday signed off on an energy bill that aims to lure private capital into the state-run oil and gas industry in the biggest shake-up since a 1938 nationalization, sending it to the lower house for debate and final approval.
NEW YORK-- A British tourist who lost a leg when a taxi jumped a curb and hit her in New York's Rockefeller Center has started the process of suing the city. The city Taxi and Limousine Commission has cited a now-fixed computer problem. The city Law Department says it will review the claim, first reported Tuesday by news website DNAinfo.
KINGSTON, Jamaica-- A Caribbean commission is expanding the number of former colonial powers it says should provide some form of reparations for the lingering regional impact of the Atlantic slave trade. A British law firm hired by Caribbean governments seeking reparations initially targeted Britain, France and the Netherlands.
ALBANY, N.Y.-- A Fox News reporter is protected by New York law from being forced to reveal her sources for a story about the suspect in the mass shooting that left 12 people dead in a suburban Denver movie theater last year, the state's top court ruled Tuesday.
HONG KONG, Dec 11- China's Suntech Power Holdings Co Ltd said its restructuring manager would investigate the planned sale of its main unit to Shunfeng Photovoltaic International Ltd for legal infractions- a move sources say could delay the $495 million deal.
MEXICO CITY, Dec 10- Mexico's Senate on Tuesday debated a landmark energy overhaul bill at the center of President Enrique Pena Nieto's economic reform drive, after the country's two biggest political parties hammered out a draft presented over the weekend.
Conservatives in the House of Representatives want the largest cuts in a generation, $40 billion over 10 years. The Senate proposed $4.5 billion in cuts in its version of the bill. "We will be ready to vote in January," Debbie Stabenow, who chairs the Senate Agriculture Committee, told reporters.
WASHINGTON, Dec 10- The Obama administration could secure "fast-track" trade promotion authority from Congress early next year, a leading lawmaker said on Tuesday, handing it the means to secure two big new trade deals. The Obama administration has said it needs Congress to approve TPA, which would allow any trade deal to move swiftly through Congress.
WILMINGTON, Dec 10- Fisker Automotive Holdings Inc might not be making its plug-in Karma sports cars anymore, but it still knows speed.
WASHINGTON, Dec 10- The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled for a Sprint Nextel Corp subsidiary locked in a dispute with the utilities regulator in Iowa.
WASHINGTON, Dec 10- U.S. Supreme Court justices offered President Barack Obama's administration some encouragement on Tuesday as it weighed the lawfulness of a major federal air pollution rule regulating emissions that cross state lines.
From alleged mortgage swindlers to suspected Ponzi schemers, all of these fugitives have been wanted by the FBI for at least three years.
CNBC's John Harwood reports the House-Senate budget deal is moving closer to completion.