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Comcast's plan to merge with Time Warner Cable is expected to face criticism when U.S. lawmakers meet for a second time to discuss the deal.
The DOT said on Wednesday there is no need 'at this time' to advise owners of recalled GM cars to park them until repairs are made.
Your cell phone has a big limitation: It doesn't give the 911 operator your exact location. "It's a public safety hazard," says one safety advocate.
Congressional investigators are examining whether CEO Mary Barra and other executives were more involved than formerly acknowledged.
The vote had been delayed in order to build support for the plan that would wind down taxpayer-owned mortgage financiers Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
The U.S. derivatives markets regulator is preparing a proposed rule for automated trading, a senior regulator said
U.S. appeals court rejected an industry challenge to the Obama administration's renewable fuel standards for 2013.
Analysts reacted with caution and criticism to Attorney General Eric Holder's signaling potential criminal charges against global banks.
Congress has been taking a lot of heat for failing to get anything done. Blame the countless reports it commissions and barely reads.
The talks are a sign that General Motors may compensate the victims of accidents resulting from faulty switches installed in 2.6 million of its cars.
Does the NBA have the legal authority for the punishment it waged against Clippers owner Donald Sterling over his racist rant?
New York bankruptcy Judge Robert Gerber oversaw GM's bankruptcy. Now the same judge must decide whether to lift the shield he put in place.
EBay has settled a lawsuit with the U.S. Justice Department by agreeing to stop making deals with other technology companies to not poach employees.
For the first time, the U.S. Department of Education has named the 55 colleges and universities facing sexual abuse investigations.
Federal dollars for highways funded by gas taxes are drying up, and the White House may want states to pick up the slack.
Four companies that charged New Yorkers as much as 55 percent interest for medical loans will pay 317 borrowers about $230,000 to settle usury claims.
Mary Jo White even said Michael Lewis was wrong—the markets AREN’T rigged. Still, this HFT trader has a big thank you for the “Flash Boys” author.
Samsung transformed the smartphone market by copying iPhone technology, an Apple attorney said as the two firms delivered closing arguments to jurors.
Mary Jo White, SEC Commission Chair, said new investigations will be launched. She said that the SEC was investigating on "emerging financial fraud."
Regulations on big banks have created a vacuum into which alert entrepreneurs have established commanding positions, says bank analyst Dick Bove.