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  • NEW YORK, April 12- More than 200 "black car" drivers who ferry bankers, lawyers and other executives around New York City are independent contractors and cannot pursue class action claims that they were deprived of wages, a federal appeals court ruled on Wednesday. The drivers had sued to recoup unpaid overtime from Corporate Transportation Group and several...

  • April 12- Medical device maker Hologic Inc has been hit with a lawsuit alleging its product for treating heavy menstrual bleeding infringes patented technology developed by start-up Minerva Surgical Inc, court papers show. The product was launched in Europe, Canada and Australia in 2016.. Its backers include the venture capital firms New Enterprise...

  • Signage for Snap Inc., parent company of Snapchat, adorns the front of the New York Stock Exchange, March 2, 2017 in New York City.

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports the details of a lawsuit filed against Snap leveling claims the social media company falsified its numbers ahead of its IPO.

  • April 11- Yahoo Inc has been hit with a lawsuit saying it failed to safeguard more than $17 million it pledged to help jailed Chinese dissidents in a 2007 settlement. The lawsuit, filed on Tuesday in federal court in Washington by a group of Chinese dissidents, accuses Yahoo of "willfully turning a blind eye" while Harry Wu, a high-profile political activist charged...

  • Qualcomm countersues Apple

    Qualcom is charging Apple knowingly made false statements to government agencies and breached the "Cooperation Agreement" made between the two companies. CNBC's David Faber reports.

  • Google CEO Sundar Pichai

    Google has refuted claims that it systematically underpays female employees by revealing its gender “blind” approach to remuneration calculations.

  • SAN FRANCISCO, April 7- Twitter Inc on Friday dropped a lawsuit it filed the previous day against the U.S. Homeland Security Department, saying the government had withdrawn a summons for records about who was behind an account critical of President Donald Trump. A lawyer for the social media company, Mark Flanagan, wrote in court papers that a U.S. Justice...

  • Wells Fargo Bank

    The most senior bank examiner for Wells Fargo was removed by a U.S. regulator in the wake of the bank's unauthorized accounts scandal.

  • SAN FRANCISCO, April 7- Twitter Inc on Friday dropped a lawsuit it filed the previous day against the U.S. Homeland Security Department, saying the government had withdrawn a summons for records about who was behind an account critical of President Donald Trump. A lawyer for the social media company, Mark Flanagan, wrote in court papers that a U.S. Justice...

  • SAN FRANCISCO, April 7- Twitter Inc on Friday dropped a lawsuit it filed the previous day against the U.S. government, saying the government had withdrawn a summons for records about who was behind an account critical of President Donald Trump. A lawyer for the social media company, Mark Flanagan, wrote in court papers that a U.S. Justice Department lawyer told...

  • SAN FRANCISCO, April 7- Twitter Inc on Friday dropped a lawsuit it filed the previous day against the U.S. government, saying the government had withdrawn a summons for records about who was behind an account critical of President Donald Trump. A lawyer for the social media company, Mark Flanagan, wrote in court papers that a U.S. Justice Department lawyer told...

  • Jack Dorsey, co-founder and chief executive officer of Twitter.

    Twitter withdraws its federal lawsuit filed Thursday over an anti-Trump account, because the U.S. withdrew its request for information about the account. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports.

  • SAN FRANCISCO, April 7- Twitter Inc on Friday dropped a lawsuit it had filed a day earlier against the U.S. government, saying in court papers that the government had withdrawn a summons for information about an account critical of President Donald Trump.

  • TWITTER INC WITHDRAWS LAWSUIT FILED ON THURSDAY OVER ANTI-TRUMP ACCOUNT, SAYS U.S.

  • SAN FRANCISCO, April 6- Twitter Inc on Thursday filed a federal lawsuit to block an order by the U.S. government demanding that it reveal who is behind an account opposed to President Donald Trump's tough immigration policies. The account is claimed to be the work of at least one federal immigration employee, according to the lawsuit filed in San Francisco...

  • SAN FRANCISCO, April 6- Twitter Inc on Thursday filed a federal lawsuit to block an order by the U.S. government demanding that it reveal who is behind an account opposed to President Donald Trump's tough immigration policies. The account is claimed to be the work of at least one federal immigration employee, according to the lawsuit filed in San Francisco...

  • SAN FRANCISCO, April 6- Twitter Inc on Thursday filed a federal lawsuit to block an order by the U.S. government demanding that it reveal who is behind an account opposed to President Donald Trump's tough immigration policies. Citing freedom of speech as a basis for not turning over records, Twitter filed the lawsuit in federal court in San Francisco and said that...

  • SAN FRANCISCO, April 6- Twitter Inc on Thursday refused to reveal the user behind an account opposed to President Donald Trump's tough immigration policies and said it was challenging the demand for records by the U.S. government in court, according to a lawsuit. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security, which is a defendant in the lawsuit, declined to comment on...

  • SAN FRANCISCO, April 6- Twitter Inc said in a lawsuit on Thursday that it had received a demand from U.S. officials for records that could reveal the user behind an account opposed to President Donald Trump and that it was challenging the demand in court. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security, which is a defendant in the lawsuit, declined to comment on pending...

  • NEW YORK, April 6- Vivendi SA said it agreed to pay $26.4 million to end nearly 15 years of U.S. litigation accusing the French media company of misleading shareholders about its finances in connection with a $46 billion three-way merger. A federal jury in Manhattan had in January 2010 found Vivendi liable for violating U.S. securities laws.