In a civil lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Delaware, the government said Walmart failed to take its gatekeeping duties as a pharmacy seriously, allegations the company rejected.
Goldman is appealing a decision allowing a class action accusing the bank of hiding conflicts of interest when creating risky subprime securities before the 2008 financial crisis.
The lawsuit, filed by New York Attorney General Letitia James, claims Town Sports International Holdings (TSI), which owns New York Sports Club and Lucille Roberts gyms, "used its members as a source of interest-free financing for TSI’s operations" since March.
McDonald's has a beef with Hungry Jack's over its Big Jack burger.
Although dozens of little-known carriers serve as key conduits in America’s telecom system, they can also open the door to scams, a new report released Saturday suggests.
An undergraduate student at Utah's Brigham Young University sued the private school on Wednesday.
Judge Judy Sheindlin says she’ll eat a contract on national TV if it’s determined a new lawsuit against her and ViacomCBS holds any legal water.
James Bowen claimed he was riding Universal's Punga Racers water slide in July of 2019 when he allegedly hit a wall of water as he exited the slide into the wading pool, causing his "neck to violently snap back, leaving him face down in the water and unable to move."
According to the lawsuit filed in San Francisco federal court by Adam Bauer, LinkedIn reads the Clipboard information without notifying the user.
New York gym owners are calling for equality and opportunity amid the coronavirus reopening process.
There are approximately 30 sales representatives in the Bay Area and 150 to 200 salespeople throughout California, the court documents show.
Former Bumble Bee Foods CEO Christopher Lischewski got a stiff sentence for tuna price fixing.
Johnson & Johnson said it will discontinue its talc-based baby powder due to dropping demand.
Amazon is calling for federal lawmakers to create a national anti-price-gouging law as the online retailer has sought to block the practice on its platform.
A lawsuit filed in federal court Monday accuses food delivery service GrubHub of deceiving customers over the availability of local restaurants amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The Federal Trade Commission announced on Thursday that it had sent 45 more letters warning marketers to stop making unsupported claims that their products and therapies can prevent or treat COVID-19.
California regulators on Thursday suspended a $200 million fine that Pacific Gas & Electric was supposed to pay as punishment for the utility's neglect of electrical equipment that ignited a series of deadly wildfires in Northern California.
3M has filed five more lawsuits against companies who allegedly inflated prices for N95 masks while claiming to be authorized 3M distributors.
The cruise line “blatantly failed to follow even the most basic safety precautions," according to the attorney who filed the suit.
The lawsuits face an uphill battle, since passengers sign a contract before boarding that releases the companies from certain liabilities, including death.