Purdue Pharma pleaded guilty Tuesday to three criminal charges, formally taking responsibility for its part in an opioid epidemic that has contributed to hundreds of thousands of deaths but also angering critics who want to see individuals held accountable, in addition to the company.
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.
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.
The government is accusing Google of illegally using its market muscle to hobble rivals in a lawsuit that is the biggest challenge to the power and influence of Big Tech in decades.
Apple Inc. AAPL 0.52% has agreed to a $113 million settlement with more than 30 states that accused the iPhone maker of concealing issues with batteries by throttling phone performance with a software update in 2016.
Aircraft components manufacturer Rolls-Royce has agreed to pay $135,000 to 26 women who were not selected for machine operating roles at its factory in Virginia.
The National Rifle Association reached an agreement with the New York Department of Financial Services to resolve a case where they faced allegations of violating state insurance law.
Groups including the International Franchise Association, Dunkin Donuts Independent Franchise Owners Association and Supercuts Franchisee Association filed suit Tuesday night against the state of California over Assembly Bill 5, a recent state law restricting gig work like rideshare driving and freelance writing.
Apple announced on Wednesday that it is slicing its App Store commission fee from 30% to 15% for small developers as the tech giant faces a new lawsuit from Fortnite video-game maker Epic Games.
Federal prosecutors argue that former United Auto Workers vice president Joe Ashton should serve nearly three years in prison.
Honchos at online gambling sites around the world, which take wagers on election outcomes, are also refusing to call Biden president-elect, despite the final tallies in his favor in what’s been called a historically secure election.
Smalls alleges Amazon subjected a group of African American and Hispanic workers to inferior working conditions compared to its mostly white managers.
A Boston federal appeals court ruled Thursday that Harvard University's admissions process does not intentionally discriminate against prospective Asian American students.
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."
Kodak Finance Chief David Bullwinkle said on an earnings call Tuesday that the company had discovered deficiencies in its controls that had failed to prevent the “unauthorized issuance” of the company’s stock.
The commission said it takes issue with Amazon's systematic use of non-public business data to avoid “the normal risks of competition and to leverage its dominance" for e-commerce services in France and Germany, the company's two biggest markets in the EU.
The case involves $27 million worth of purchases of pieces by such artists as painter Jean-Michel Basquiat and sculptor Anish Kapoor
A long-awaited Vatican report into disgraced ex-U.S. Cardinal Theodore McCarrick is expected to be released this month to coincide with an annual meeting of American bishops, Vatican sources said on Thursday.
Apple Inc. has been ordered to face a proposed class-action lawsuit by shareholders who accused chief executive Tim Cook of concealing falling demand for iPhones in China, resulting in billions of dollars of investor losses.
Californians have reportedly voted yes on a ballot measure to exempt gig workers from state labor laws.