Notorious drug-company fraudster Martin Shkreli has been removed from a federal prison in Fort Dix, New Jersey, after claims that he was running his pharmaceuticals firm Phoenixus while locked up with the help of a contraband cellphone.
It's another stumble for MoviePass, which in recent months has repeatedly adjusted its movie subscription plans and taken out hefty loans to cover massive losses.
The Securities and Exchange Commission in March accused Holmes of "massive fraud" in connection with Theranos.
Iranian hacking since 2013 could cost universities $3.4 billion, according to a federal indictment.
Uber is temporarily halting self-driving car tests in all locations after a deadly accident.
The witness, Louis Martin "Marty" Blazer III, signed a plea agreement last week admitting guilt to five federal criminal charges.
A former UBS trader suspected of manipulating precious metals prices has been arrested.
A former Bank of America technology consultant allegedly shared more than 50 trading tips with friends, according to U.S. government documents.
Shkreli's lawyer said the $3 million would be used to pay tax and legal expenses, and that he is not a flight risk.
The notorious pharma bro Shkreli denies claims he looted a drug company he founded to pay off hedge fund investors he allegedly defrauded.