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The crowd, gathered at a Toledo mall, was waiting for a ticket that would allow them to buy Air Jordan shoes later this week.
U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau filed a lawsuit against wireless carrier Sprint over unauthorized charges on customers' cellphone bill.
Canada's federal court has agreed to order Apple to turn over records as part of the government's investigation into iPhone sales.
Federal authorities arrested 14 people related to a Massachusetts pharmacy connected to a deadly 2012 outbreak of fungal meningitis.
The SEC sought to dismiss the civil charges against Jordan Peixoto because two crucial witnesses were not available for the trial.
French power business Alstom is expected to pay the U.S. near $700 million to settle a foreign bribery probe, Reuters reports.
Steven A. Cohen beat them, and now he wants them to join him. The New York Times reports.
Sen. Charles Schumer is calling for federal investigations of high airfares, questioning why they're not dropping along with fuel costs.
The federal judge considering a proposed settlement with Remington's iconic 700 series rifles has no intention of rubber-stamping the deal.
The Securities and Exchange Commission's Mary Jo White said the agency is conducting a comprehensive review of the mutual fund sector. The NYT reports.
The move to roll back Dodd-Frank regulations of big banks has drawn the wrath of Democrats ... and even Republicans. The NYT reports.
U.S. prosecutors faced widening fallout from the insider trading decision as some existing cases threatened to unravel.
Bank of America will need to pay more than $1 million to a Florida couple for constant robocalls despite requests to stop, Consumerist said.
After two insider-trading convictions were overturned, one trader said: "It’s a lot easier to cheat when you know what the rules are."
SEC Chair Mary Jo White says a landmark ruling that threw out two insider trading convictions is an "overly narrow view" of the law.
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority said Thursday that it fined 10 banks over conflicts from the 2010 planned IPO of Toys"R"Us.
An appellate court decision significantly redefined insider trading, and may have altered the course of all further enforcement.
Harvard's Benjamin Edelman, who apologized for an email blitz over a $4 overcharge, had a previous fight with another eatery, Boston.com reports.
A Harvard Business School professor is saying he's sorry for over-the-top emails complaining about a $4 takeout overcharge.
Philadelphia's transit agency has filed a lawsuit against Gilead Sciences challenging the "exorbitant pricing" of its hepatitis C drug Sovaldi.