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The U.S. Justice Department is investigating possible pricing coordination among music publishing companies, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Increasingly, drug makers and medical device companies have found a way to self-medicate when it comes to taxes and regulation.
Big U.S. corporations are benefiting from a "new exceptionalism," allowing them to skip out on their domestic tax bills, The Washington Post says.
A former Macau business partner of Las Vegas Sands is suing Sands for at least $5 billion in profits that it says are owed.
While the feds investigate CYNK Technology, the traders involved in the company are frozen, and maybe out of luck.
House Appropriations Committee Chairman Harold Rogers said the Obama administration's $3.7 billion border security request was too high.
Here are five things we learned from the first week of the Donald Sterling trial — including the fact that he is delusional and out of control.
Cohen proved to be a stickler for the letter of the law when it came to paying the criminal penalty imposed on his former hedge fund. The NYT reports.
Fed vice chair Stanley Fischer said it is unclear that breaking up the largest U.S. banks would help stabilize the country's financial system.
The Fed issued a cease-and-desist order and a $975,000 fine to Banco Espirito Santo for a violation in 2012.
Justin Bieber will be charged in Los Angeles in connection with an egg-throwing incident in January that damaged a neighbor's home.
Ex-Mayor Ray Nagin was sentenced to 10 years in prison for bribery, money laundering and other corruption that spanned his two terms as mayor.
John Wayne's heirs are suing Duke University over its objections to use of his nickname in alcoholic beverages, according to the Hollywood Reporter.