Credit Suisse faces lawsuits from US shareholders for allegedly concealing financial woes
U.S. shareholders have filed lawsuits against Credit Suisse alleging the bank misled customers about its financial status and violated securities laws in the process.
Silicon Valley Bank collapse would have been 'prevented' if not for Trump deregulation, Senate Democrat says
The leading Democrat on the congressional Joint Economic Committee blamed regulatory rollback under former President Donald Trump for Silicon Valley Bank's collapse.
Silicon Valley Bank collapse under investigation by Justice Department
The Department of Justice and the Securities Exchange Commission are reportedly launching investigations into the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and stock trades made by the bank's officers.
Predators targeting women staying at popular hotel chains in horrifying crime trend: report
Criminals are allegedly coercing hotel staff to hand over key cards to guest's rooms in a terrifying crime wave targeting women for sexual assault, lawsuits show.
California's Newsom slams Walgreens on abortion drugs
California Governor Gavin Newsom slammed Walgreens over its decision to stop selling the abortion drug mifepristone in 20 states led by Republican attorneys general.
Starbucks catches break as judge vacates nationwide ban on firing union workers
A federal judge in Michigan has vacated his order blocking Starbucks from firing employees who attempt to unionize, citing "certain errors" in his opinion.
Apple Watch faces potential import ban over patent dispute with Masimo
A judge for the U.S. ITC ruled in January that Apple violated one of Masimo's patents for using light sensors to gauge blood oxygen levels in smartwatches.
Judge blocks Starbucks from firing workers attempting to unionize
A judge on Friday issued a nationwide injunction blocking Starbucks from firing employees for engaging in union-related activities protected by federal labor law.
STAR WARS: Ninja throwing stars could soon become legal in this state
The Indiana Senate passed a bill that would legalize the recreational use of throwing-stars in the state, despite the practice being an uncommon activity.
Sam Bankman-Fried's other bail-backers' identities to be revealed?
The two unknown guarantors who helped Sam Bankman-Fried secure bail may have their identities revealed as early as Tuesday following a federal judge's ruling.
Tyson CFO pleads guilty to public intoxication and criminal trespass
Tyson Foods CFO, John R. Tyson has agreed to pay fines related to a late 2022 arrest involving two charges, public intoxication and criminal trespass
Boeing back in court over 737 Max crashes as federal settlement in jeopardy
The settlement reached between Boeing and the Dept. of Justice for the company to avoid prosecution is back in court amid opposition to the deal from victims' families.
Judge slams James Dolan for 'totally crazy' facial recognition ban on legal foes from venues
MSG Entertainment CEO James Dolan's use of facial recognition to ban legal foes from venues like Madison Square Garden was labeled "totally crazy" by a judge.
Trump Organization sentenced to pay $1.6M for felony convictions
Two entities operating under the Trump Organization were sentenced to pay $1.6 million after being found of 17 charges related to tax fraud and other financial crimes.
Supreme Court hears arguments in case on property damage during union strikes
The Supreme Court heard arguments in a labor dispute that involves the ability of companies to sue in state court when union strikes damage property.
DOJ alleges 8 Americans used social media to make $114M in 'pump and dump' investment scheme
The Department of Justice has indicted eight social media influencers for allegedly utilizing their wide reach to "pump and dump" securities at the cost of investors.
Rapper sentenced for COVID fraud after music video flaunted stacks of unemployment assistance envelopes
Rapper Fontrell Antonio Baines, known by the alias "Nuke Bizzle" was sentenced to 77 months in federal prison for defrauding the U.S. government for COVID-19 relief funds.
Cryptocurrency exchange FTX owes more than $3 billion to creditors
Cryptocurrency exchange FTX, which filed for bankruptcy protection last week, said in a court filing that it owes its 50 largest creditors more than $3 billion.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos faces lawsuit from former housekeeper
An ex-housekeeper for Jeff Bezos has filed a lawsuit making several allegations about her treatment during her tenure working at the Amazon founder's home.
VT begins phasing out COVID rental assistance program
Vermont will begin phasing out its federally funded rental assistance as funding has begun drying up. New applications will no longer be accepted beginning on Oct. 1.