The president of Sinochem Group, China's energy and chemicals conglomerates, is under investigation for discipline violations, authorities said.» Read More
Michael Froman, U.S. Trade Representative, says the TPP deal is an opportunity to set high standards across the region, such as improving labor and environmental policies.
Congressman Carlos Curbelo has co-sponsored a bill to reform the FAA that he says will make air travel safer and more efficient.
Asteroid mining looks one step closer to reality after Luxembourg announced plans Wednesday to help the fledgling industry get into orbit.
A Shanghai court has fined three local tech firms for helping spread rumours about Yum Brands' KFC fast food chain.
Bribery and political kickback scandal have resulted in litigation over billions of dollars in losses.
Former drug CEO Martin Shkreli, facing fraud charges, hired a new lawyer who has previously represented Jay Z and Michael Jackson.
Shares of Herbalife started the week more than 2 percent higher after government probes reportedly cleared the company.
Flooring company Lumber Liquidators is set to plead guilty to violating the Lacey Act, a conservation law regarding environmental protection.
Cybsersecurity for federal American agencies apparently isn't up to scratch, according to a report by Re/code.
Nearly 50 U.S. companies have used inversions to reincorporate overseas in recent years. Is it good business or greed?
The Obama administration is expanding a data collection program aimed at ferreting out abuses of equal pay laws.
The battle between the world's leading multinationals and governments looking for tax revenue has heated up over the past week, with Google in the spotlight.
Opposition by some Republicans in this one energy race is helping China get ahead, warns Ralph Fuecks.
Electrolux's CEO told CNBC there were no hard feelings towards General Electric after it decided not to sell its division to Electrolux.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission filed a lawsuit against DeVry University, alleging it misled students about their job prospects.
The FCC chairman is announcing the plan to allow companies like Alphabet to compete directly to provide video services.
Massachusetts AG Maura Healey said the costs of two drugs "may constitute an unfair trade practice in violation of Massachusetts law."
U.S. District Judge John Lee is giving his OK to a deal hammered out after he rejected the initial agreement in 2014
Denmark's parliament passed its "jewelry bill" on Tuesday, which allows for the confiscation of refugees' valuables to pay for their stay.
President Obama will propose new rules to allow small businesses to form 401(k) plans more easily. The New York Times reports.