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Shkreli is accused of ripping off his former pharma company Retrophin to pay off hedge-fund investors he was accused of defrauding.
To renegotiate the deal, the White House must open an official 90-day negotiation window with Congress. That hasn't happened yet.
In his first televised interview as CEO of Tyson Foods, Tom Hayes told "Squawk on the Street" that the price-fixing lawsuits were unfounded.
Here are some of the key stories CNBC is following this hour:
The U.S. Supreme Court declined Tuesday to take up a challenge to Alabama's method of lethal injection. NBC News reports.
Trump promises to bring back manufacturing jobs, says Dustin McKissen. Here's the real problem with his plan.
Swedish police say riots broke out overnight in a predominantly immigrant Stockholm suburb after officers arrested a suspect on drug charges.
Bill Sullivan of Christian Teo & Partners weighs in on the billion-dollar lawsuit involving Goldman Sachs and a tycoon in Indonesia.
The downfall of Samsung vice chairman Lee Jae-Yong may inflict more damage on the conglomerate's reputation than its financial performance.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick announced a series of moves to quell the growing outrage over allegations of sexual harassment, Recode reports.
Uber's CEO has sent a company-wide email responding to a blog written by a former employee alleging workplace sexual harassment.
Michael Flynn was sent a sealed proposal detailing a way to lift sanctions against Russia just a week before he resigned; New York Times report.
Samsung Group's boss, Jay Y. Lee, was questioned over the weekend after being arrested for his alleged role in a corruption scandal. CNBC's Chery Kang reports.
A New Zealand judge on Monday upheld an earlier court ruling that Kim Dotcom and three of his colleagues can be extradited to the U.S. to face criminal charges.
Ashish Goyal of NN Investment Partners says South Koreans want firmer action and discipline when chaebols misbehave.
Troy Stangarone, senior director at the Korea Economic Institute, talks about how Jay Y. Lee's arrest will impact Samsung and chaebol reform in South Korea.
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