Pacific Gas & Electric could face criminal charges over a deadly wildfire that destroyed hundreds of homes in Northern California.
Bobby Kotick, the CEO of Activision Blizzard, sent a letter to employees on Tuesday acknowledging that the company’s initial response to a discrimination lawsuit filed in California was “tone deaf,” and assured his team that steps have already been taken to ensure a “safe and welcoming work environment.”
Complaint alleges Activision paid its female employees less than their male counterparts and provided them with fewer opportunities to advance. It also claims Activision has fostered a "frat boy workplace culture" and ignored complaints by female employees of blatant harassment, discrimination and retaliation.
Over 20 companies – including namesakes such as Walmart and Hobby Lobby – are accused of trademark infringement.
States unveiled a historic $26 billion settlement with drug companies to resolve thousands of opioid-crisis lawsuits, paving the way for communities across the country to secure a jolt of funding to address an epidemic in painkiller addiction that hasn’t abated.
A Massachusetts couple has sued eBay and several of the ecommerce company's former officials, alleging the defendants carried out a harassment campaign against them that included death threats.
Embattled lawyer Michael Avenatti offered a full-throated self-defense Wednesday during a 35-minute opening statement of the federal criminal fraud trial against the one-time media darling.
A U.S. District Court granted disgraced attorney Michael Avenatti’s request to defend himself against criminal fraud charges in an upcoming trial in California.
U.S. state attorneys general and lawyers for local governments are expected this week to unveil a landmark, $26 billion settlement resolving claims that the three largest U.S. drug distributors and drugmaker Johnson & Johnson helped fuel a nationwide opioid epidemic, people familiar with the matter said.
Investors will take in a wave of earnings this week from big names including IBM, Netflix, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Coca-Cola, Twitter, American Express, American Airlines, Southwest Airlines, AT&T, Intel, Snap, Verizon and Domino's Pizza.
Elon Musk didn't mince words during his testimony defending Tesla's purchase of Solar City.
The shareholder lawsuit alleges Musk pressured Tesla's board to approve the $2.6 billion acquisition of Solar City in 2016, which plaintiffs argue was rife with conflicts of interest and failed to produce the profits he had promised.
Nike offered no sympathy to disgraced attorney Michael Avenatti after he was sentenced to prison Thursday for attempting to extort the sports apparel giant for as much as $25 million.
A Manhattan federal judge on Thursday sentenced disgraced California lawyer Michael Avenatti to two-and-a-half years in prison over his attempt to extort an estimated $25 million from Nike.
The Biden administration plans to issue a new rule to protect the rights of farmers who raise cows, chickens and hogs against the country’s largest meat processors as part of a plan to encourage more competition in the agriculture sector.
The Antitrust Division of the United States Department of Justice is seeking “highly qualified attorneys” that it wants to serve as trail attorneys as it takes on Google.
The city council of San Jose, California, has unanimously voted in favor of issuing a tax on firearm owners and requiring them to carry additional insurance in a scheme they say will help compensate the city for the costs of gun violence.
Amazon.com is requesting that newly-minted Federal Trade Commission Chairwoman Lina Khan be recused from any antitrust investigations of their company, citing her lengthy track record as a prominent critic of the online giant.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday removed a hurdle to the construction of a natural-gas pipeline through Pennsylvania and New Jersey, ruling the pipeline developer could invoke the power of the federal government to take state property needed for the project.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc and two former top executives were ordered by a U.S. judge on Monday to face a lawsuit accusing them of misleading shareholders about the bank's work for 1MDB, a Malaysian fund that became embroiled in a corruption scandal.