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A judge has given Remington a 60-day extension to come up with a plan to notify gun owners about a program to fix allegedly defective firearms.
There were high expectations of a G-20 fix because of negative interest rates and market volatility, says Tai Hui from JPMorgan AM.
The key message from the G-20 meeting was that governments need to be more involved, because central banks alone cannot prop up global growth.
Michael Barnes, public policy attorney, and former FBI assistant director Ron Hosko discuss the case of Apple vs. FBI.
Discussing Apple's fight with the U.S. government and how it may play out with James Stewart, Columnist at The New York Times and CNBC contributor.
Following a fourth nuclear test and long-range rocket launch, North Korean human rights is facing tighter sanctions.
The FBI has not shown there is enough evidence to justify forcing Apple to unlock the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone, Rep. Will Hurd says.
Dow Chemical said it has agreed to pay $835 million to settle a suit claiming the company artificially inflated polyurethane prices.
Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval took himself out of consideration for appointment to the Supreme Court.
Herbalife is in talks with regulators regarding a probe of the company's business practices and said that the outcome of the talks was uncertain.
Former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, who oversaw bank bailouts in the global financial crisis, has different advice for China: Let companies fail.
Lombard Odier Investment Managers' Global Strategist Salman Ahmed says when policymakers are faced with an urgent crisis, it is easier for them to reach a consensus.
An order to make Apple unlock an iPhone opens potential abuses of power by the FBI, one congressman said.
This SEC law is completely wrong and fuels volatility, according to this CEO.
The FBI would create a bigger security issue if it prevailed in its dispute with Apple, John McAfee told CNBC.
Apple filed a motion on Thursday to vacate an order compelling the company to create software that would allow agents access to an iPhone.
CNBC's John Lipton reports after a press briefing on Apple's response to the government's order to cooperate with the FBI.
Discussing Apple's response to the government's order to cooperate and today's hearing with FBI Director James Comey with Rep. Jim Himes, Congressman, (D) Connecticu
Apple has filed a motion to vacate the order to cooperate with the FBI and believes the government's demand violates the first amendment, reports CNBC's Eamon Javers.
Wal-Mart's Great Value food brand has been slapped by a lawsuit over cheese that allegedly contained wood pulp.