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Think most fantasy-sports contests are legal? Here's why many may be running afoul of the law, these lawyers say.
A district judge ordered Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg to relinquish documents by Monday requested in an ownership dispute case.
Whistleblower accused TPG of ignoring his warnings that the firm may have violated securities regulations.
Breweries are lobbying for more power to sell beer without distributors or retailers. Are they hurting the very system that helped them to flourish?
European Union antitrust regulators are investigating Apple Inc's deals with record labels and online music streaming services.
Businesses and groups have been reacting to a legislative fix to Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act on Thursday.
Discrimination is not only shameful—it's bad for business, says Rep. Mike Honda. And Indiana businesses will suffer the consequences.
The new Obamacare enrollment numbers show that you can't fix stupid, says Jake Novak. But wait—he's got an idea.
The CFTC charged Kraft Foods Group and Mondelez Global with manipulating what futures and cash wheat prices, the agency announced Wednesday.
Governor Jerry Brown issued an executive order slashing water use by 25 percent to deal with a drought that just won't quit. NBC News reports.
Patriarch Partners and Lynn Tilton filed a counter-suit against the SEC, claiming it violated their right to the constitution.
Billionaire tech entrepreneur Mark Cuban also tells CNBC the FCC's net neutrality rules regulating the Internet as a utility are a "huge mistake."
The billionaire entrepreneur tells CNBC he sees a "red flag" in the recent SEC case against Patriarch Partners CEO Lynn Tilton.
Despite criticism, the Arkansas state legislature passed its version of a measure billed as a religious freedom law. NYT reports.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence called for a change to his state's so-called Religious Freedom Restoration Act this week.
NCAA President Mark Emmert says Indiana's "religious freedom" law goes against what higher education and America is all about.
Indiana’s "religious freedom" law has been misunderstood, says Carly Fiorina, who is mulling a bid for the GOP presidential nomination.
PayPal founder Max Levchin is speaking out against Indiana's "religious freedom" law and encouraging other Silicon Valley executives to examine their ties to the state.
In our competitive marketplace, can any business really afford to turn away customers?
The GOP's problem is that the public has evolved rapidly on gay rights while the activist base of the party has not. Politico's Ben White reports.