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China's big internet-TV companies are spending hundreds of millions of dollars on foreign TV shows and films in a battle to attract users and advertisers.
Steven Cohen can face questions about insider trading at SAC Capital Advisors from lawyers representing his ex-wife in a civil lawsuit against him.
The court-appointed trustee rounding up funds for victims of the Madoff Ponzi scheme says the total recovered now tops $10 billion.
DEA agents questioned medical-staff members from several NFL teams in a continuing investigation into distribution of painkillers, The NYT reports.
The biggest challenge many marijuana entrepreneurs face is banking, as normal ties with institutions are few. Here's how some banks and investors are changing that.
Charges include conspiracy to violate federal mine safety and health standards, and conspiracy to impede federal mine safety officials.
By reviewing the Obamacare law yet again, Supreme Court justices could find themselves in the political crosshairs.
Use of prepaid cards has grown rapidly, but consumer protections have not. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau wants to change that.
For banks at the center of the recent foreign exchange investigation, paying the $3.4 billion in fines might be the easy part.
Ex-SAC Capital staffer Mathew Martoma has been denied bail while he appeals an insider trading conviction.
Several banks were fined for failing to prevent misconduct in forex trades. The Fed will continue investigations on bank conduct.
Regulators are poised to levy fines on big banks in a settlement after a year-long global probe into allegations of forex collusion.
Alen Wesler and his wife were arrested at their home after police officers found marijuana trees on the couple's doorstep: Report.
The White House has managed to move forward from Veteran Affairs health care scandal, among other events, reports NBC News.
The CFTC is planning to announce settlements against giant banks suspected of manipulating the foreign currency market. The NYT reports.
A US judge ruled that Citigroup could process an expected $85 million interest payment by Argentina on bonds issued under its local laws.
New York state's attorney general urged the NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission to revise a proposed rule that would protect traditional car services.
In response to President Obama's proposal on broadband regulations, Ted Cruz tweeted on Monday that net neutrality is like Obamacare for the Internet.
Wounded US veterans and the families of others sued five European banks because they allegedly processed Iranian money behind attacks.
Regulators are undertaking a comprehensive data-driven review of the rules underpinning US equity markets, the SEC said Monday.