Although there will be "some" survivors, "retail as we know it today or as we have known it in the past is gone."
Chinese spies infiltrating U.S. law enforcement and the business world poses a "real threat" to the country, New York City Police Commissioner Dermot Shea said on Friday.
Madoff customers who received millions of dollars more than their original investments fought in court to hang on to their profits
Four former employees of eBay are scheduled to plead guilty in Boston federal court for "participating in a cybertsalking campaign which targeted a Massachusetts couple," according to a tweet by the U.S. Attorney's Office of Massachusetts.
Facebook has been accused of “shirking” its responsibility to remove pages and accounts belonging to those who coordinated and recruited others for what resulted in deadly shootings in Kenosha, Wis., at the end of August.
State attorneys general and the Justice Department are slated to meet later this week with the hopes of completing an antitrust complaint against tech giant Google.
A U.S. bank regulator announced Monday it had fined three former executives at Wells Fargo Bank for their roles in the company's sales practices scandal.
Six people are accused of paying more than $100,000 in bribes to Amazon employees.
Federal authorities say Adam Rogas used fraudulent financial data to obtain more than $123 million in financing for the company, personally gaining $17.5 million.
Apple agreed to hand over iCloud data belonging to a Seattle arson suspect believed to have used Molotov cocktails to set fire to a pair of police vehicles at the end of May.
There have been 194 homicides in St. Louis, Missouri so far in 2020, which already matches the total for all of 2019.
Darmody Enterprises L.T.D., the owner and operator of the nearly a dozen restaurants in question, allegedly defied labor laws in the manner through which it allowed 14- and 15-year-old employees to work at the locations.
The U.S. Department of Justice, Environmental Protection Agency and the California attorney general’s office say Daimler violated environmental laws by using so-called “defeat device software” to circumvent emissions testing and sold about 250,000 cars and vans in the U.S. with diesel engines that didn’t comply with state and federal laws.
The regulator said in its complaint that T.I. -- whose real name is Clifford Joseph Harris -- sold cryptocurrency tokens using his Twitter account and encouraged his followers to invest in the 2017 FLiK initial coin offering.
Seven people were charged with laundering $2.1 million in money linked to crimes – including more than $300,000 in illegally-obtained coronavirus relief money through a North Carolina casino.
The list of victims runs for more than 170 pages of a 225-page civil complaint seeking compensation and punitive damages from MGM Resorts
"Despite New York’s success in containing the coronavirus, unprecedented numbers of New Yorkers are unemployed, facing homelessness, or otherwise at risk," the letter reads. "There is widespread anxiety over public safety, cleanliness and other quality of life issues that are contributing to deteriorating conditions in commercial districts and neighborhoods across the five boroughs."
Ex-Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes may claim mental illness as her defense.
Americans have lost over $124 million as a result of the more than 184,000 novel COVID-19 fraud cases reported nationwide through the end of August.
A grand jury has indicted a Massachusetts man who allegedly faked his own death to avoid prosecution for fraudulently seeking hundreds of thousands of dollars in forgivable loans intended for businesses struggling during the coronavirus pandemic, while his accomplice has agreed to plead guilty in connection with the alleged crime, officials recently announced.