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Mylan said 10 months ago it reached a deal resolving claims it misclassified the EpiPen as a generic.
Australia joins China and Japan in trying to regulate bitcoin and digital currency exchange providers with crackdown on money laundering.
Authorities in China have issued rules that prevent businesses from registering bizarre and lengthy company names, online outlet Sixth Tone reported.
The complaint also blasts Goldman for having few blacks in leadership positions.
Former Russian Economy Minister Alexei Ulyukayev told his bribery trial on Wednesday that he had been framed by a close lieutenant of President Vladimir Putin into accepting a payment of $2 million.
Three federal agencies are investigating whether the Management Group committed fraud.
Shkreli, 34, was convicted of three criminal counts in early August, but acquitted of five others.
South Carolina sued Purdue Pharma, accusing the company of deceptive marketing practices that have contributed to the opioid epidemic.
Uber agreed to privacy audits for the next 20 years and will be implementing a new privacy program as part of the settlement.
Regulators in the Philippines ordered Uber to cease and desist its operations after suspending its accreditation for a month.
A jury found that a former DJ assaulted and battered Taylor Swift by groping her, and awarded her the symbolic $1 in damages she had sought.
Tiffany & Co may recover at least $19.4 million in damages from Costco over counterfeit ring sales, a federal judge ruled.
A "whois" search of Internet domains on Monday listed Alphabet's Google as registrar for The Daily Stormer, a white supremacist website.
China should sue the U.S. for trade protectionism if President Trump orders an investigation into China's IP practices, Chinese state media said.
Australian Deputy PM Barnaby Joyce said he may be ineligible for parliament after being told he may have dual New Zealand citizenship.
South Korean corporates are more worried about President Moon Jae-in's labor policies than North Korea, says Tony Michell, Korea Associates Business Consultancy.