Target's data breach case escalated after U.S. District Judge Paul Magnuson ruled that consumers can sue Target over data breach.» Read More
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.
Former SEC commissioner Roberta Karmel says she tried to shut down Lehman in the 1960s.
The debate about pay for Wall Street executives who take government jobs appears to be based more on a populist shakedown than on good public policy.
Bricks-and-mortar retailers, which have attacked Amazon for profiting from what they call a sales tax loophole, now target Alibaba. FT reports.
The Supreme Court is weighing the free-speech rights of people who use violent or threatening language on Facebook and other social media.
Ray Rice has won the appeal of his indefinite suspension by the NFL, which has been "vacated immediately," his union said.
The number of bogus claims by prisoners jumped to 137,000 in 2012 and the figure is expected to go even higher, Fiscal Times reports.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is proposing more stringent air quality standards for ground-level ozone, the agency's chief said Wednesday.
At least 12 buildings were burned in Ferguson, Missouri, after the grand jury decision over the death of Michael Brown, reports NBC News.
A restaurant owner said NYC is targeting businesses that unintentionally use gender-based language in job ads, the NY Post reports.
The Fed will issue in the first quarter of next year new rules for financial holding companies in the physical commodities markets.
The man who runs the office that reviews companies' books at the U.S. SEC reported stock holdings of between $2 million and $6 million last year.