The FBI is looking into what Johnson & Johnson knew about the risks posed by a surgical tool, according to a report by the WSJ.» Read More
As Nepal grapples with the aftermath of a devastating quake, technology giants are helping some breathe a sigh of relief amid the chaos.
On Thursday, stock of Arris went up 20 percent because they announced an inversion deal. The company sponsors Carl Edwards in Nascar.
A series of meetings at the Justice Department earlier in the week led to the decision by Comcast to drop the deal with Time Warner Cable.
The Democrats'simmering internal war on trade will play out both in DC and on the 2016 campaign trail, Politico's Ben White says.
The company spent $5.5 million lobbying Congress in the first quarter, and its interests are as varied as one might expect.
Former CIA Director and retired Gen. David Petraeus was sentenced to two years probation and a $100,000 fine for leaking classified material.
With her confirmation, Loretta Lynch will become the first black woman to become the top U.S. law enforcement official.
The EU is contemplating the creation of a regulatory body to oversee multiple tech platforms operating in Europe, the WSJ reports.
Deutsche Bank will pay a $2.5 billion fine, and must fire certain employees who engaged in interest-rate rigging, New York state regulators say.
Lawyer David Boies has a chance to win the lawsuit against the federal government for its bailout of A.I.G, the New York Times reports.
Oklahoma's earthquakes are racking up millions of dollars in damages and unleashing a political and financial maelstrom.
Greece issued a legislative act requiring public sector entities to transfer idle cash reserves to the country's central bank.
Brussels is preparing to accuse Russia's energy giant Gazprom of illegal abuse of its dominant position in Europe's gas market, the FT reports.
Comcast and Time Warner Cable are preparing to meet with the Justice Department to address concerns about their proposed $45 billion merger.
Morgan Stanley is in discussions to pay $500 million to settle an investigation by New York's attorney general, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Sofia Vergara's ex wants to prevent two frozen embryos they conceived from being destroyed now that they're broken up. What's the law here?
The European Union's antitrust suit against Google is not the first. The euro zone has a history of going after big American tech firms.
In a shocking verdict, the mistress of ex-Clippers owner Donald Sterling was ordered to pay his wife $2.6 million. Dan Eaton explains why.
Democrat Jared Bernstein says Chris Christie's Social Security plan "does virtually nothing" to make the program solvent.
Murder suspect Robert Durst is demanding that authorities return $161,000 seized after his arrest, NBC News reports.