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A New Jersey woman won a $522,000 settlement in her case against a local Dunkin Donuts, after tripping over a spike in the parking lot.
The legal profession faces a "war for talent" as law firms battle to hire the best staff in the U.K., according to the CEO of the first British legal company to list in London.
The FDA and a government task force are clashing over a new report on benefits and risks of daily aspirin doses. NBC News reports.
Faced with what they see as stonewalling in Malaysia, 1MDB critics are going global, prodding foreign agencies to probe allegations. The New York Times reports.
The continent appears to have taken a step closer to a pan-European tax regime to combat tax avoidance by multinationals.
Australia national women's soccer team hung up its kit in a revolt over pay that is a fraction of the men's team. The FT reports.
Microsoft appointed its general counsel, Brad Smith, as the company's president and chief legal officer.
Al-Qaeda called for the assassination of several prominent U.S. business and economic figures on Wednesday.
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission is investigating whether JPMorgan is steering its private-banking clients to its own hedge-fund products.
The government fined casino operator Caesars Palace for repeated violations of the Bank Secrecy Act in its VIP gaming rooms.
Insurance mergers "threaten ... widespread competitive harm," doctor and hospital groups warn regulators. New York Times reports.
Officials had warned for months that this type of standoff was inevitable, the NYT reports.
New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu has been held in contempt of court on Friday, The Times-Picayune reported.
A judge handed Tom Brady a win (for now) but even when it loses, the NFL wins, says David Katz. And here's why.
A study that shows immigrant households more often claim welfare could back Trump's views, Financial Times reports.
There are tons of data on Rule 48 and ETFs that the SEC will look into after the market selloff, SEC Commissioner Dan Gallagher said.
Companies led by Amazon are lobbying the federal government to use drones, adding pressure to an already messy legal landscape.
The White House is considering sanctions against companies and individuals in China it believes have benefited from hacking of U.S. trade secrets.
Disbursements of Illinois Lottery winnings of more than $25,000 have been halted because the state doesn't have a budget, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Broadening the definition of "employer" may cause a legal battle between business interests and organized labor. NBC News reports.