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Australian casino company Crown Resorts said no charges had been laid against 18 staff detained for alleged gambling crimes in China.
Airbnb promoted a series of policy proposals that would address concerns raised from how the company operates.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the latest on the new financial cybersecurity rules proposed, how they would cover large financial firms and how standards would be tiered depending on size.
Czech police have detained a Russian man wanted in connection with hacking attacks on targets in the United States, the police said.
The Department of Transportation announces a new plan to increase the rights and protections of airline passengers.
The High Court said it would rule soon on whether lawmakers, and not the government alone, must trigger the process of leaving the EU.
Harry Shearer, known for his voiceovers in "The Simpsons," is suing media group Vivendi for $125 million.
Many companies are unprepared for new European regulations that will require higher standards of data protection, according to a new survey.
Companies which fail to check for infringements on human rights in their supply chain are putting themselves at risk, according to a report.
The drop in gaming shares after China's detention of employees of Crown Resorts may have opened up a buying opportunity for the sector.
Russia accused Britain of political censorship after a British state-owned bank withdrew its services from Kremlin-backed broadcaster RT.
D. Orlando Smith, premier and minister for finance of the British Virgin Islands, talks about how the territory is a well-regulated financial jurisdiction.
James Packer, the majority owner of Crown Resorts, says he's concerned for employees detained in China for "gambling crimes."
Newly released FBI documents include notes and interview summaries from the investigation into Clinton's emails.
An unnamed person interviewed by the FBI claimed an official asked for a change in classification in "exchange for a 'quid pro quo.'"
Howard Davies, chairman of RBS and former BOE deputy governor, addresses allegations of wrong-doing and says the bank's reputation is crucial.