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Prosecutors could conclude their case as early as Tuesday, and it is not clear if Shkreli's lawyers will present any witnesses. » Read More
The Russian lawyer who met Donald Trump Jr. said she is ready to testify to Congress to dispel "mass hysteria" about the encounter.
"Your husband had stolen $1.6 million from me and I will get it back. I will go to any length necessary to get it back," Shkreli wrote.
Timothy Pierotti has said Shkreli harassed him and his family in a bid to get back more than 350,000 Retrophin shares.
The House Budget Committee unveils a spending proposal that would boost funding for defense but dramatically reshape social programs.
President Trump urges Republicans to repeal Obamacare without a replacement after the latest replacement bill faltered.
The greenback took another hit on Tuesday after the Trump health-care bill failed to get enough backing to proceed to a debate.
Jerry Moran and Mike Lee become the third and fourth GOP senators to say they would not support the Obamacare replacement plan as written.
China's banking regulator will tighten control over risks in the financial markets, work more closely with the central bank and other regulators, it said.
John Neill said Shkreli waited nearly half a year to tell him his investment stake had dropped more than 40 percent.
Corey Massella said the accounting firm resigned from working for Retrophin after getting abusive emails from Shkreli about their work.
Trump's lawyer Jay Sekulow is trying to shift blame from Russia scandal onto the Secret Service, Vanity Fair reports.
Europe's top banking regulator, the European Central Bank (ECB), is considering carrying out a special assessment of Deutsche Bank's two largest shareholders.
The dollar has tumbled, but analysts weren’t pointing to weaker-than-expected U.S. inflation. Instead, they fingered a “Trump discount."
IBM has launched a new mainframe system capable of running more than 12 billion encrypted transactions per day, in a bid to wade further into the financial cybersecurity market.
The Australian government is seeking to broaden the powers of the country's prudential regulator to adrress financial stability risks.
Turkey isn't necessarily choosing the East over the West as it makes its decision over capital punishment, says Reva Goujon of Stratfor.
Jeffery Harte, analyst at Sandler O'Neill, discusses JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon's criticism against the dysfunction in Washington D.C. and its effect on the U.S. economy.
The Justice Department seeks to recover $144 million in assets gained through paying bribes to a former Nigerian oil minister.
A First Amendment group filed a suit against President Trump on behalf of Americans who were blocked by his Twitter, Newsweek reports.
Martin Shkreli "doesn't seem to see other people as important if they don't fit into the scheme of what he wants," said Retrophin's CEO.
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