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Facebook must face a lawsuit accusing it of violating its users' privacy by scanning messages they send for advertising purposes.
The NY Fed ordered MF Global to pay $1.21 billion in restitution fees and $100 million penalty, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
Florida company Abe's Finest Meats recalled more than 80,000 pounds of sliced bacon in Florida and Georgia due to a labeling issue.
Here's what one banker's little scam on his daily commute says about Wall Street.
U.S. FCC paused until Jan. 12 its informal 180-day countdown for the review of the proposed merger of Comcast and Time Warner Cable.
Think you've never been hacked? Think again, says "Shark Tank" star Robert Herjavec. This is a new cold war. Are you ready?
The trustee rounding up funds for Madoff victims is seeking court approval to return another $322 million, bringing the total to more than $7 billion.
Attorneys general in neighboring states filed a Supreme Court lawsuit attempting to overturn parts of Colorado's historic marijuana law.
Supreme Court Justices admit to inconsistent rulings while embracing them at the same time, the New York Times reports.
Uber could face legal ramifications over its business model in China and Taiwan after complaints of improper licensing of drivers.
George Steinbrenner's Silver Shield Foundation will pay for the education of the children of murdered NYPD officer Rafael Ramos.
Ocwen Financial's executive chairman will step down as part of a settlement with New York's financial regulator, the Wall Street Journal reported.
The Environmental Protection Agency announced on Friday the first national regulations for the safe disposal of coal ash from power plants.
T-Mobile will issue up to $90 million in refunds for billing customers for text services they didn't order under a settlement.
Target's data breach case escalated after U.S. District Judge Paul Magnuson ruled that consumers can sue Target over data breach.
The partnership is part of an industry pairing plaintiffs' lawyers with state attorneys general to sue companies. The NYT reports.
The U.S. Treasury is winding down its auto industry recovery program by selling the last of its stake in Ally Financial.
A Turkish court detained a top media executive and three other people pending trial on accusations of belonging to a terrorist group.
Executives from large corporations are not being held accountable when they break the law, according to Brandon Garrett, author of "Too Big to Jail".
A judge said he's leaning toward tossing out guilty pleas in an insider-trading case, the latest fallout from a court ruling criticizing prosecutors' tactics.