Apple sued Samsung for copying design features of its devices, including, among other things, its colorful grid of app icons.
Michael Lewis, "The Undoing Project" author, weighs in on insider trading, Wall Street regulation and the Trump administration.
CNBC's Hampton Pearson reports on the unanimous decision by the U.S. Supreme Court regarding insider trading.
The Supreme Court cracks down on insider trading by ruling that tips from relatives and friends are illegal, even if the insider gets nothing of value in return.
The US Supreme Court ruled for the South Korean company in a dispute over damages related to Apple's iPhone design.
CNBC's Hampton Pearson reports on two decisions from the Supreme Court regarding insider trading and patent infringement.
AT&T just made a move that is pretty much the nightmare scenario that internet advocates and pro-competition observers have been warning us about, says The Verge's T.C. Sottek.
Trump falsely claimed on Sunday, without evidence, that millions of people voted illegally in the November election, NBC News reports.
The Supreme Court approved class action suits by consumers accusing Visa, Mastercard, and several banks of conspiring to inflate ATM fees.
YesCalifornia staged a daylong "informational session" outside the State Capitol in Sacramento, reports NBC News.
Julissa Arce has a message for Trump supporters: You are dreaming if you think Mexicans are "stealing" your jobs and Donald Trump can bring them back.
Donald Trump said that a Hillary Clinton presidency would lead to a reduction of the Second Amendment.
In the third presidential debate, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton answers questions about the Supreme Court.
The fierce, big-money patent fight between Apple and Samsung left the U.S. Supreme Court groping for a solution on Tuesday.
The outcome could set a precedent on whether the look and feel of a product entitles the designer to the entire profit.
CNBC's Hampton Pearson reports the latest on the Apple/Samsung patent case being heard at the Supreme Court.
At the second presidential debate, Republican candidate Donald Trump answers questions on nominating Supreme Court justices.
At the second presidential debate, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton answers questions on nominating Supreme Court justices.
CNBC's Hampton Pearson reports on an insider trading case currently in front of the Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court will kick off the 2016-17 term with arguments on cases involving insider trading and the "patent wars" between Samsung and Apple.