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Ryanair Holdings Plc and Chief Executive Michael O'Leary failed to persuade a U.S. judge to dismiss a securities fraud lawsuit accusing Europe's largest budget airline of defrauding them by downplaying its willingness to recognize labor unions.
A U.S. appeals court ruled on Monday that Volkswagen AG cannot escape potential financial penalties from two counties in Florida and Utah that may amount to a "staggering" additional liability arising from the German automaker's diesel emissions scandal.
"Dykstra’s reputation for unsportsmanlike conduct and bigotry is already so tarnished that it cannot be further injured," the judge said.
New York is joining other cities around the country in imposing curfews after days of violence.
Aldo Shoes announced it will pay legal fees for employees detained at peaceful protests.
The top 20 law schools in the U.S. range in price from roughly $36,400 to more than $72,000 per year.
A Minneapolis Target store that was looted by rioters last week is aiming to reopen by late 2020, the company said.
Police are still searching for suspects in the brutal beating of a Rochester, New York couple who police say were trying to protect their store Saturday.
It is unusual for the government to claim a deceased person’s estate. While it might be allowed in some states, it’s considered a last resort.
Marvin Ellison told employees that Lowe's "is a company with zero tolerance for racism, discrimination, hate, insensitive behavior or violence of any kind."
Singer was in the business of helping high school students get into some of the country’s top colleges for 25 years.
Racketeering is a broad term used to describe the act or threat of a crime.
Looters who snagged iPhones and other devices from Apple stores this weekend will likely be unable to use them.
Disney executives Bob Chapek, Bob Iger and Latondra Newton denounced the death of George Floyd in a message to employees this weekend.
Target is closing 175 of its stores nationwide after Minneapolis protests rock the country.
A machete-wielding man in Dallas was brutally beaten by rioters on Saturday night after police said he was allegedly trying to "protect his neighborhood from protesters."
"Nike supports free and peaceful protests and we do not condone violence," a company spokesperson told FOX Business.
Campaign staff for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden are advertising their donations to a group that pays bail fees in Minneapolis after the city's police jailed people protesting the killing of a black man by a white police officer.
Demonstrators took to the streets of Minneapolis and other cities around the country to protest police brutality after Floyd, 46, died while in custody Monday night.