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Byron Wien shares his market views in an interview Wednesday on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street."
The Supreme Court ruled that basic elements in cheerleader uniform designs merit copyright protection, handing a victory to the top maker of these garments
Acosta, who then served as a U.S. attorney in Florida, reached a deal with money manager Jeffrey Epstein a decade ago.
ING has confirmed it is facing a criminal investigation into alleged money laundering and corruption from Netherlands authorities.
Lobbyists say they are facing the reality that bank deregulation legislation will have to wait behind healthcare reform and taxes.
CNBC's Willem Marx discusses the latest on criminal investigations into ING by the Netherlands and the U.S., concerning the bank's operations in Uzbekistan.
At his confirmation hearing, U.S. Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch answers questions about LGBT individuals and says, "I've tried to treat each case and each person as a person."
"I've tried to treat each case and each person as a person," Gorsuch testifies at his confirmation hearing.
The charges would stem from a lengthy investigation into gifts District Attorney Seth Williams allegedly failed to report.
Gorsuch said he did not want to say anything that would signal how he would rule in a case he would face.
The Senate Judiciary Committee continues its nomination hearing for Neil Gorsuch to be U.S. Supreme Court justice.
Making promises isn't appropriate for any judge,"no matter who's doing the asking," Gorsuch tells senators at his confirmation hearing.
Preet Bharara, the former U.S. Attorney in Manhattan who was fired this month by President Donald Trump, will join New York University's law school.
Principal Global Investors CEO Jim McCaughan argues that deregulation - as well as ramping up red tape - still causes disruption to businesses.
Trump will likely have a lot to say amid a packed news week for the White House.
U.S. District Judge Juan Sanchez in Philadelphia said the SEC had "pleaded a plausible claim for insider trading."
"I think the way we deliver it from the House is going to create a lot of momentum for the Senate going forward," Rep. Kevin Brady says.
Like it or not, lawyers will not soon be Silicon Valley's next victim, New York Times reports.
Just as the U.S. looks to take a more protectionist tilt, Brazil is talking up its push toward free trade.
Silicon Valley's approach could be dangerous when it comes to self-driving cars but so could too much regulation, writes Vox's Timothy Lee.