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Closing arguments are expected to stretch into Friday morning in the case of the notorious "Pharma bro."
Julio Bruno, Group CEO of Time Out Group, explains to CNBC’s “Life Hacks Live” how he secured his career at the global media business.
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Jurors could begin their deliberations exactly one month after hearing opening arguments in the securities fraud case.
New York state is looking to introduce a new device to track phone usage while driving.
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro is pressing ahead with a controversial election that analysts fear may damage the country's democracy.
"You can't omit important pieces of a story and expect the people will be too stupid to figure it out," Shkreli wrote Monday.
Private equity firm Sun Capital Partners is said to be considering a sale of restaurant chain Boston Market.
Jurors could begin deliberating Shkreli's fate on Thursday.
"I am really starting to think you are inept," Martin Shkreli fumed in an email to attorney Evan Greebel.
Hilton Garden Inn, one of Hilton’s most popular upscale brands, is undergoing a refresh, USA Today reports.
CTE has been diagnosed in 110 of 111 former NFL players, according to a new JAMA report, USA Today reports.
Prosecutors could conclude their case as early as Tuesday, and it is not clear if Shkreli's lawyers will present any witnesses.
Spotify is hoping to agree to a new licensing deal with Warner Music soon, ahead of an anticipated IPO listing.
Fans who were expecting Phelps to race a real shark were disappointed Sunday night, USA Today reports.
Some fans feared a backlash after the BBC has named the first female lead in "Doctor Who," but negative sentiment on social media is muted.
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