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Four years after the Dodd-Frank was signed into law, its co-authors said it was doing its job, but isn't the last chapter on reform.
Donald Sterling will be forced to sell off some of his real estate assets to pay back debt if Clippers aren't sold, a court witness says.
President Obama signed an executive order barring federal contractor discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity.
On the four-year anniversary of Dodd-Frank, perhaps there is a lesson big banks can learn from smaller, regional banks, says Dan O'Donnell.
A decision by a Florida jury to impose damages of $23.6 billion against RJ Reynolds is likely to be rejected or reduced on appeal, experts say.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew highlighted the decision American companies face—stay domestic and pay taxes or go abroad for savings.
Sterling should do the right thing and sell his team, NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley told CNBC.
A federal appeals panel has denied the SEC's bid to force the SIPC to help cover the losses of thousands of victims in the Stanford Ponzi scheme.
FedEx's indictment for shipping packages from illegal online pharmacies isn't hurting shares, which makes sense to one analyst.
A U.S. court ruled that victims of Allen Stanford's Ponzi scheme are not eligible under federal law to file claims seeking compensation.
Rupert Murdoch may have been canny in his $80 billion bid for Time Warner as potential bidders are busy absorbing their own large deals.
FedEx was indicted for shipping packages from illegal online pharmacies despite repeated warnings from U.S. drug enforcement officials.
The Senate has voted to extend a program that would cushion the blow to insurance companies in the event of a massive terrorism attack.
General Motors' legal chief came under fire at a Senate subcommittee hearing related to faulty ignition switches linked to 13 deaths. USA Today reports.
The child-immigration crisis is a result of several bipartisan policies, including one involving deporting gang members. Mitchell Epner explains.
New York State is weighing a raft of new rules to regulate bitcoin and other virtual currencies.
Preet Bharara, the U.S. Attorney for Manhattan, reflected on his office's first insider trading loss at the Delivering Alpha conference.
A former Twitter employee claims he was fired despite having received performance reviews that met or exceeded expectations, SFGate reports.
Former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega is suing Activision Blizzard for using his name and image in its "Call of Duty" video game series.