Six American oil executives held for three years in Venezuela were found guilty of corruption charges by a judge Thursday and immediately sentenced to prison.
Panicked text messages between the two top executives at Theranos showed they knew how much trouble the blood-testing startup was in before it collapsed.
Apple Inc.’s AAPL -2.97% head of security has been indicted on bribery charges for a scheme in which prosecutors allege he offered iPads to secure gun permits for his company’s employees.
Embattled health tech founder Elizabeth Holmes is asking a federal judge in California to prohibit prosecutors from including evidence of her “wealth, spending and lifestyle” in their case connected to the one-time purported billionaire’s now-defunct company, Theranos.
A Chinese national who was employed for 10 years by Raytheon Missiles and Defense in Arizona will spend more than three years in federal prison for handing over sensitive military-related technology to China, prosecutors announced on Tuesday.
Former United Auto Workers Vice President Joseph Ashton on Tuesday was sentenced to 30 months in prison for accepting kickbacks as part of a wide-ranging federal corruption probe into the union.
Federal prosecutors argue that former United Auto Workers vice president Joe Ashton should serve nearly three years in prison.
Texas county commissioners have unanimously agreed to drop their lawsuit against a local sheriff over his alleged refusal to discontinue a partnership with hit A&E crime show “Live PD."
The case involves $27 million worth of purchases of pieces by such artists as painter Jean-Michel Basquiat and sculptor Anish Kapoor
The group of Russian hackers accused of meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election earlier this year targeted the email accounts of Democratic state parties in California and Indiana, and influential think tanks in Washington and New York, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
Apollo Global Management co-founder and CEO Leon Black spoke out about his alleged relationship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, whose professional services he said he said he used for roughly half a decade.
Sixty people have been charged in a widespread magazine telemarketing scam that authorities say netted $300 million from more than 150,000 elderly and vulnerable people nationwide.
The Federal Trade Commission said Wednesday that scammers amassed $117 million through fake Facebook and Instagram posts selling products and promising love on the internet.
Calls for increased regulation of Big Tech have been amplified following the Justice Department's filing of a landmark antitrust suit against Google this week.
Black's ties to Epstien are not sitting well with the Pennsylvania Public School Employees' Retirement System.
The move is an effort by the Apollo co-founder to put to rest renewed speculation into the nature of his ties to Mr. Epstein, who was found dead in his Manhattan jail cell last year in a suicide.
A man in Virginia lied to obtain $2.5 million in loans that were meant to help keep people employed during the coronavirus pandemic he later used to purchase a luxury car and his own airplane, according to prosecutors.
OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma has agreed to plead guilty to three federal criminal charges as part of a settlement of more than $8 billion, Justice Department officials announced Wednesday.
A former waitress for a North Carolina-based restaurant chain is suing the company after enduring months of alleged sexual assault and harassment including one instance when she received an anonymous threat after reporting that her private sex tape had been circulated among coworkers.
The 39-count indictment unsealed Thursday charges Brockman, the chief executive officer of Ohio-based software company Reynolds and Reynolds Co., with tax evasion, wire fraud, money laundering, and other offenses.