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The fight over ownership of a giant 752-pound emerald isn't over.
California voted to end state immunization exemptions based on religious or personal beliefs, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Abercrombie & Fitch and the Justice Department reached an agreement on the discrimination claim of a non-U.S. citizen.
Supreme Court Justice Anton Scalia, known for his wit and savage pen, saved some of his sharpest barbs for his Obamacare ruling dissent.
A seemingly-limited dispute between a chip maker and Samsung is a sneaky threat to the smartphone economy, says this ex-commerce undersecretary.
U.S. giants Google and GE are clocking the most corporate face time with Europe's top officials, a report by Transparency International has revealed.
JPMorgan is in talks with regulators to settle a probe by the agency on whether the bank inappropriately advised clients toward its own products.
China is set to scrap its longstanding loan-to-deposit ratio requirement for banks, marking another step in reforming the sector to spur lending.
The public got to hear directly from Tsarnaev, who was formally sentenced to death for his role in the 2013 attack.
As the USDA invests $150 million in relief of California, Tom Vilsack said there may be a silver lining to the situation.
A New York City government agency said an ongoing investigation of Whole Foods stores has found systemic overcharging of its customers for prepackaged food.
As wrangling between Greece and its creditors continues, CNBC takes a look at where the country's debt problems began...
Japanese firms are bracing themselves for investors emboldened by new governance rules to punish executives. The Financial Times reports.
An anti-money laundering body deleted its alert warning that financial institutions had not done enough to police suspicious activity by FIFA officials.
The most expensive divorce in history may soon become the most expensive divorce reduction in history.
What business is Uber really in? Lawyer Dan Eaton gets to the heart of the Uber-driver-as-employee ruling.
The two escaped murderers from an upstate New York prison are still on the loose, but interest in the story has died down.
Mount Sinai's CEO sees a "death spiral" could occur if the Supreme Court rules against the health insurance subsidies in Obamacare.
A new SEC rule lets everyday Main Street investors put money into start-ups. But buyer beware—this is super risky stuff.
Pint-sized entrepreneurs all over the United States could see their summer businesses sour.