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An man who was set to face trial in May for attempting to defraud Facebook Inc and founder Mark Zuckerberg, is missing, his lawyer said on Monday.
Chinese authorities have fined Procter & Gamble's Crest toothpaste unit nearly $1 million for what regulators say is false advertising.
They're very convenient, but liquid laundry detergent packets are dangerous to children. The Today Shows looks at plans to change that.
The CIA plans a sweeping organizational overhaul, sharpening its focus on cyber operations and incorporating digital innovations, its director said.
The Justice Department expects to file corruption charges against Sen. Robert Menendez, a New Jersey Democrat, the NYT reports.
Putting women in top management positions isn't just the right thing to do, it's smart business, says this executive.
GOP members are setting the table for an Obamacare replacement as the Supreme Court reviews the law, the NYT reports.
Customers claimed that Allstar Marketing Group, which sells products through infomercials, hid charges with confusing ads.
Lumber Liquidators has been in hot water after a "60 Minutes" report alleged it imported potentially toxic laminate from China.
The drugmaker's new policies prohibit the direct-to-prison sales of two of its drugs used in executions.
Alleged bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev appeared before a jury Wednesday. NBCNews reports.
California apartment complexes that doubled as "maternity hotels" for Chinese women who want made-in-America babies were raided early Tuesday.
The charges stem from accusations that the former CIA director shared classified information with his biographer-mistress.
JPMorgan Chase will pay $50 million to compensate homeowners in bankruptcy over the use of robo-signing and other improper practices.
The UFC has started to overcome a year of injuries and sagging viewership, but a legal challenge looms from some of its own fighters.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler tells CNBC he decided to support net neutrality independently, and not because Obama backed the regulations.
Whenever you hear 'nonprofit', the last thing you think of is a multi-billion sports organization.
The manager of a now-defunct hedge fund is suing federal prosecutors, alleging that they fabricated accusations against him.
FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai explained Friday why he thinks the commission's latest ruling will hurt the consumer.
David Ganek, whose Level Global fund was raided, sued the U.S. attorney in Manhattan, claiming a violation of his constitutional rights.