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Martin Shkreli was convicted of three criminal counts but acquitted of five others. He faces possible prison time.
Ji Wenhong, the founder of Xiu.com, is accused of being the head of a smuggling operation involving luxury clothing items.
The computer programmer who pulled off a crazy, multi-state lottery scheme could get hit with a whopping 25-year prison sentence.
SEC drops case against ex-JPMorgan traders after testimony from the man dubbed "London Whale" proved unreliable.
As General Motors' old business seems to be winding down, it's thrust into a legal battle, N.Y. Times reports.
Ben Allgrove, partner at Baker & McKenzie, says legal regulation will be targeted at how artificial intelligence is applied, rather than the technology itself.
Uber ex-CEO Travis Kalanick called a lawsuit filed against him by a top investor in the firm a "public and personal attack" without merit.
President Trump is foolishly and ignorantly making the confederate statue controversy worse, says Jake Novak.
The FDA approved Pfizer's rare blood cancer drug, Besponsa, with a boxed warning.
It took bloodshed in Charlottesville to get tech companies to do what civil rights groups have been calling for for years.
Companies should let the law determine what gets published online, Cloudflare CEO says.
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.
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