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Kenya's Supreme Court on Monday upheld the re-election of President Uhuru Kenyatta in last month's repeat presidential vote.
President Donald Trump promised fewer regulations, and events have pushed that intention closer to reality.
Jose Maria Roldan speaks about how Spanish banks are dealing with the issues of regulation and non-performing loans.
VMWare CEO Pat Gelsinger explains what he considers to be the four "superpowers" coming from the world of technology.
Markets can expect gradual, pragmatic changes to eight years of regulation, said James Gorman, chairman and CEO at Morgan Stanley.
The CFTC is on a drive to move into a more technology-centered market environment, its chairman said.
An anonymous Uber rider has sued the company, alleging that its background-check process for drivers is inadequate.
The move marks the first time a country has set a minimum price per unit of alcohol.
A lawsuit against the Trump administration alleges that some mailed-in DACA applications were spuriously marked late, Vox reports.
The initiative, announced Wednesday by several Saudi regulators, will enable select businesses to establish themselves in the King Abdullah Economic City.
The FDA waded into the debate over the safety of kratom, a botanical substance that advocates say can help reduce symptoms of opioid withdrawal.
Italian Economy and Finance Minister Pier Carlo Padoan speaks about developments in the Italian banking sector.
In order for financial technology to grow, some countries are giving firms freedom to experiment, lifting the burdens of regulation.
Switzerland will not impose regulations on small fintech firms, says Jorg Gasser, Switzerland's state secretary for international financial matters.
GOP tax plan includes dangerous language about "personhood," and wades into the debate over when life begins, says Ilyse Hogue.
AT&T may request communications between the White House and DOJ about the planned takeover of Time Warner, Bloomberg reports, citing sources.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions returns to Capitol Hill amid growing evidence of contacts between Russians and associates of President Donald Trump.
Saker Nusseibeh, CEO and banking standards board member at Hermes Investment Management, speaks about emerging markets and his interest in Alibaba.
The death tax compelled the federal government to recognize same-sex unions. Now it's time to kill it, says Gregory T. Angelo.
Simply losing money on investments doesn't mean you can sue but if you have been the victim of true fraud, there are steps you can take.