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Facebook's lawyers argue that the "serious charges" against Mr Andreessen are "false," according to the Financial Times.
National Assembly members will consider the public backlash that would occur if President Park is not impeached, says FTI Consulting's Nicholas Consonery.
Trump's policies will hurt the very people who voted for him. Here's how progressives can use that to make gains, says Prof. Paul Osterman.
The company said that its critics have "ulterior motives" in objecting the deal.
The President-elect's children will be taking over running his businesses but he is resisting calls to divest, the NYT reports.
Donald Trump says he's going to bring down prescription drug prices. And here's why that's totally possible, says Jake Novak.
The ongoing Korean political scandal could be impetus for chaebol and corporate governance reform, says Michael Na at Nomura.
The troubled Malaysian state fund is preparing to repay the Emirati IPIC fund with Chinese assistance, the FT reports.
Stratfor's Rodger Baker weighs in South Korea's political woes.
Kotaro Tamura at the Milken Institute talks about how Japan's new integrated casino resorts will help to revitalize the economy.
In response to the Alaska Airlines & Virgin America deal, the Justice Department filed a lawsuit and settlement agreement.
The Time Warner CEO says Democrats planned to change the First Amendment and "were doing it in the guise of campaign finance reform."
Apple sued Samsung for copying design features of its devices, including, among other things, its colorful grid of app icons.
The Brazilian unit of Deloitte will pay $8 million to settle civil charges that it issued and tried to cover up false audit reports.
Nine of South Korea's top conglomerates, which control revenue equivalent to half the country's economy, are embroiled in the scandal.
The bill aims to establish the nation's most comprehensive statewide surveillance system to track infections and deaths from drug-resistant pathogens.
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