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. » Read More
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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.
The woman killed when a car plowed into a crowd of people protesting a white nationalist rally was described as a "true American hero."
The head of the National Venture Capital Association is candid about the size of the problem.
Virginia's governor has declared a state of emergency in response to a white nationalist rally that is expected to draw up to 6,000 people.
Fans of heavy metal singer Ronnie James Dio will be able to catch him on tour — seven years after he died from stomach cancer.
This whole blowup at Google over an engineer's sexist memo underscores how tech companies are creating environments that can wind up backfiring on them, says former Google attorney Miriam Rivera.
Video game developer Nintendo is being sued by Gamevice, who claims the Nintendo Switch controllers infringe on a product patent.
Roland Folger, CEO of Mercedes-Benz India, discusses how a proposed hike in the "cess" tax to 25 percent impacts the automaker's long-term investments in the country.
Opioid companies will likely face more federal lawsuits this year, Vox reports.