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Italy's upcoming referendum could catalyze repercussions Europe-wide, according to the chief executive of Italy's biggest utility.
Wisconsin Republicans tilted district maps in order to hamper Democrats and ultimately win state elections in 2012 and 2014, a federal court said.
Enel CEO Francesco Starace tells CNBC what a rejection of the Italian reforms would mean for the country and the European economy.
The president-elect likely will find that peeling apart Dodd-Frank gradually will be easier than tearing it asunder.
Federico Santi, Eurasia Group Europe analyst, discusses the upcoming referendum in Italy over constitutional reform.
The stakes are high as the DOJ's antitrust case against Anthem and Cigna's $54 billion merger gets underway Monday.
Hong Kong signed the Transfer of Sentenced Persons Agreement with Britain a year after the 1997 handover, the SCMP reports.
The Eurasia Group's Jonathan Lieber addresses the conflict of interest between the Trump presidency and his business dealings.
Analysts said the prosecutors' comments about the president's involvement increased the prospect that she would face impeachment.
The Supreme Court approved class action suits by consumers accusing Visa, Mastercard, and several banks of conspiring to inflate ATM fees.
Billable hours are the cash cow of elite legal firms. The problem: A.I. can do much of the legal work in less time.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports the latest news on criminal charges involved with a Valeant case.
U.S. lawmakers should take action to ban China's state-owned firms from acquiring U.S. companies, a congressional panel said on Wednesday.
The University of Washington's Samuel Wasser talks about how the illegal wildlife trade, worth $20 billion annually, is a transnational organized crime.
The Communist Party leadership has repeated its call for the establishment of "cyberspace sovereignty", the SMCP reports.
But change might be in the works for Dodd-Frank as Washington changes its tone on regulation, says the Institute of International Finance's Timothy Adams.
Colm Kelleher, president of Morgan Stanley, weighs in on the debate over banking deregulation and Fed policy.
Allan Lichtman, the American University professor who predicted a Trump win, says that when it comes to politics, what you see is what you get.
Exec pay provisions, corporate auditing, corporate penalties, and whistleblower rules could all come under the knife.
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