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A Swiss financial watchdog has closed down providers of a “fake” cryptocurrency called E-Coin.
A former trader at SAC Capital Advisors LP wants to withdraw his 2013 insider trading guilty plea.
A California engineer was sentenced Monday to five years in federal prison for trying to sell satellite secrets to the Russians.
Federal prosecutors are examining whether sales of Equifax stock just days after a data breach was discovered violated insider trading laws.
Hundreds of protesters marched in a third consecutive day of demonstrations following the acquittal of a white former city police officer in the death of a black motorist.
A second man was arrested in the U.K. on Saturday in the investigation into the terrorist attack on London's Parsons Green station.
The maker of "The Wolf of Wall Street," has settled a U.S. suit to seize assets allegedly bought with funds stolen from Malaysian fund 1MDB.
U2 is canceling Saturday's stadium show in St. Louis amid the protests over Friday's acquittal of a police officer charged with murder.
Facebook gave Mueller more records on Russian ad purchases than it provided to Congress last week, the WSJ reported Friday, citing sources.
JPMorgan's Marko Kolanovic reinforced his boss this week in bashing bitcoin, warning that the cryptocurrency is likely a "pyramid scheme."
Brazilian President Michel Temer was charged on Thursday with obstruction of justice and racketeering.
Shkreli, 34, will stay in the Metropolitan Detention Center until he is sentenced Jan. 16 for several securities fraud convictions.
"Pharma Bro" Martin Shkreli was ordered to jail by a Brooklyn court.
Martin Shkreli was jailed by a judge angry about his offer of $5,000 to Facebook followers to collect samples of Hillary Clinton's hair.
A mysterious, blaring noise affecting at least 21 U.S. victims in Cuba could be a "sonic attack."
A former UBS trader suspected of manipulating precious metals prices has been arrested.
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