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  • Monster Energy drink

    A bill introduced in Maryland would make that state the first to ban the marketing and sale of energy drinks to minors.

  • Martoma found guilty on all charges

    CNBC's Kate Kelly reports on the high emotion surrounding the insider trading case for former SAC Capital Advisors hedge fund portfolio manager Mathew Martoma.

  • Scuffle breaks out after Martoma trial

    After Former SAC Capital Advisors hedge fund portfolio manager Mathew Martoma was found guilty of insider trading a fight broke out as he left the courthouse, reports CNBC's Kate Kelly.

  • Harvey Pitt: Martoma case impressive

    Former SEC Chairman Harvey Pitt shares his opinions on the conviction of Mathew Martoma for insider trading. He says this is "really the end of the SAC-saga as a public enterprise," he says.

  • Tense courtroom for Mathew Martoma trial

    CNBC's Kate Kelly reports the jury deliberation for the U.S. vs. Mathew Martoma case was particularly long.

  • Mathew Martoma leaving courthouse

    CNBC's Brian Sullivan provides video footage of Mathew Martoma and his wife leaving the courthouse after Martoma was found guilty of insider trading.

  • Govt. has to get Steve Cohen: Zamansky

    Jacob Zamansky, Zamansky & Associates partner, celebrates the government's decision, after former SAC Capital Advisors hedge fund portfolio manager Mathew Martoma has been found guilty of insider trading.

  • Mathew Martoma's name change

    CNBC's Kate Kelly provides insight into the background of former SAC Capital Advisors hedge fund portfolio manager Mathew Martoma, who has been found guilty of insider trading.

  • Bharara: Martoma a convicted felon

    Former SAC hedge fund portfolio manager Mathew Martoma has been found guilty of insider trading. U.S. District Attorney Preet Bharara said cheating may "have been profitable for Martoma, but ... it made him a convicted felon."

  • Mathew Martoma found guilty

    Former SAC Capital Advisors hedge fund portfolio manager Mathew Martoma has been found guilty of insider trading, reports CNBC's Kate Kelly.

  • US vs. Martoma deliberations continue

    CNBC's Kate Kelly reports the latest details on the Mathew Martoma case as it enters its 3rd day of deliberations. The jury requested the transcript of key defense witness testimony.

  • DeVry U condemns Russia's anti-gay laws

    DeVry University has joined AT&T to condemn Russia's anti-gay law, reports Mandy Drury.

  • Danger of energy drinks

    The attorney suing energy drink maker Monster, Kevin Goldberg of Goldberg, Finnegan and Mester, responds to Monster's statement claiming there is no evidence the drinks have caused or contributed to any injury whatsoever.

  • Jack Brewer of the New York Giants in December, 2004

    As we approach the highly anticipated Super Bowl, there's one dark cloud that doesn't seem to want to pass over the NFL: The concussion lawsuit, says former NFL player Jack Brewer.

  • Soda production line

    Lawyers for Big Corn and Big Sugar are back in federal court Thursday for the latest installment in a long-running legal battle.

  • Stockton Police officers talk with a parolee in Stockton, California.

    A drive by some cities to cut costly police retirement benefits has led to an extraordinary face-off between local politicians and the law enforcement officers.

  • BofA CFO comments on Q4 results

    CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports Bank of America's litigation expense rose to $2.3 billion.

  • Judge rejects $765M NFL concussion settlement

    CNBC's Mary Thompson reports Judge Anita Brody rejected the initial concussion settlement from the NFL and former players, claiming that the money will not be sufficient to cover injured players.

  • Aluminum rods in a Alcoa plant.

    Alcoa and a joint venture it controls will pay $384 million to settle charges that their subsidiaries bribed officials in Bahrain.

  • JPM complicit, agrees to penalties

    CNBC's Scott Cohn reports on the settlement between U.S. authorities and JPMorgan Chase over its alleged role in Bernard Madoff's Ponzi scheme.