Disgraced FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried reportedly said that he thought his time in prison in the Bahamas would be like the 1994 film "The Shawshank Redemption."
Family members of passengers who died in two Boeing 737 Max jet crashes met with company representatives in court on Thursday, where Boeing pleaded not guilty.
A woman is suing the maker of Fireball saying that it has created an almost nearly identical product to its well known cinnamon whisky product that doesn't actually contain whisky.
The office of New York Attorney General Letitia James sent a letter to Madison Square Garden Entertainment over a reported practice of using facial recognition to ban lawyers.
Twitter is facing legal action from the Crown Estate in the U.K. in connection to rent the social media company allegedly owes for its London office.
The FBI said North Korea's theft and laundering of virtual currency is used to support its ballistic missile and Weapons of Mass Destruction programs.
Binance, the world's largest crypto exchange, was among Bitzlato's top three counterparties by the amount of bitcoin received between May 2018 and September 2022, the FinCEN said.
West Virginia Treasurer Riley Moore details new proxy voting legislation that prohibits ESG investments and better protects taxpayer dollars from being spent on those projects.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk refuted that the $420-per-share price in a 2018 tweet about him potentially taking Tesla private was a joke during Monday testimony.
A disabled woman fell and broke her leg exiting Disneyland's Jungle Cruise ride while employees laughed and didn't help, a lawsuit alleges.
The Department of Justice announced an investigation into Abbott Laboratories' Michigan plant which was at center of a nationwide formula shortage in 2022.
During testimony in the trial over 2018 tweets related to the electric vehicle maker potentially going private, Tesla CEO Elon Musk defended his Twitter posts.
The Federal Trade Commission is seeking for a court to hold in contempt Martin Shkreli, accusing him of not cooperating with a probe related to his lifetime pharmaceutical industry ban.
The mystery of how former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried went from saint to sinner may never be fully answered, but it continues to stun people, including his colleagues in the crypto industry.
Walmart said Friday that the company is "shocked" after a former Evansville, Indiana, employee started shooting late Thursday night at the store where he once worked.
As shops continue to crop up across the country, some people are raising concerns about how marijuana products are being marketed to teens and young adults.
While New York lawmakers are calling on Madison Square Garden to cease the use of facial recognition tech on fans, the company said it does not retain images of most individuals.
Shareholders are suing Southwest Airlines, claiming that it concealed issues about its technology that left it vulnerable during adverse weather conditions.
Google filed a Supreme Court brief case hoping to keep a liability shield that would keep them immune from lawsuits if content they recommend causes harm.
A judge on Wednesday ordered the Detroit Institute of Arts to hold onto a painting by famous post-impressionist Vincent van Gogh following a lawsuit by the work's owner.