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Mexico's most notorious cartel kingpin who spent years on the run as the country's most wanted man, was extradited to the U.S. Thursday.
Las Vegas Sands agreed to pay a criminal penalty to end a Department of Justice probe into whether it violated a federal anti-bribery law.
Advocacy group, American Progress Action Fund, ACAWorks.org, has already collected more than 3,000 testimonials since it soft-launched after the election.
Walgreens settles U.S. lawsuit that accuses company of incentivizing the fulfillment of government healthcare prescriptions.
"I've always been willing to go to the United States provided my rights are respected because this is a case that should never have occurred," Assange said.
Zuckerberg's suit would make his $100 million 700-acre beachfront Kauai property even more private.
Mallinckrodt has agreed to pay $100 million to settle allegations that it broke U.S. antitrust law by sharply increasing the price of a multiple sclerosis drug.
The New York attorney general's office is investigating reverse-mortgage servicing companies, including a unit of the bank Treasury secretary nominee Steve Mnuchin ran.
Barclays CEO Jes Staley says he believes that banks need to atone for the mistakes made heading into the financial crisis, and Barclays is prepared to pay that price – a fair price that is.
Deutsche Bank CEO John Cryan discusses the company’s regret following the legal proceedings it had with the US DOJ, telling CNBC about the bank's legacy issues.
China issued regulatory rules on outbound investments by centrally controlled state firms to stabilize the faltering yuan.
The U.S. Commerce Department said it had made a final finding of dumping of carbon and alloy steel cut-to-length (CTL) plate from China.
Redstone has sued Sydney Holland and another ex-girlfriend over $150 million in gifts he gave them over the years.
In a recent lawsuit, the U.S. Labor Department alleges that Oracle America systematically discriminated against certain workers.
Credit Suisse agreed to pay $5.3 billion to settle with U.S. authorities over claims it misled investors in the 2008 financial crisis.
The best way to get wage increases is competition, not government intervention, says Abigail R. Hall-Blanco.
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