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The Delaware chancellor tossed most of the claims Tuesday in a securities proposed class action asserting that General Electric Co. used deceptive financial statements to induce Baker Hughes Inc. into a bad merger deal, saying the investors failed to show GE did anything wrong.
Distiller Beam Suntory Inc. agreed to pay nearly $19.6 million to resolve a criminal case over a subsidiary's six-year scheme to bribe an Indian official in exchange for license approval for one of its product lines, federal prosecutors said Tuesday.
A New York federal judge sentenced Tuesday the founder of purported sex cult NXIVM to 120 years in prison, concluding that the severity of his crimes warrant a significant sentence, particularly since he's using his convicted co-conspirator's "unlimited war chest" to wage a publicity campaign against the judicial system.
Creditors of drugmaker Purdue Pharma on Tuesday asked a New York bankruptcy judge to bar the use of corporate funds to pay the $225 million that members of its former owning family owe the government under the $8 billion OxyContin sale settlement announced last week.
The judge overseeing an upcoming criminal trial against Chevron foe Steven Donziger said Monday she'll leave for trial a decision about whether to bar Donziger from arguing that he was fulfilling his ethical duties to his clients when he violated court orders.
A New York state judge ruled Tuesday that Jay-Z destroyed evidence in a lawsuit accusing him of failing to promote a perfume line, and as the case nears a possible trial, the judge said jurors could infer that the rap icon's missing emails would have hurt his case.
Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy LLP, a law firm that provides employment verification compliance services for Google, confirmed that it recently suffered a data breach that compromised the personal information of current and former employees at the tech giant.
Scabby the Rat's days may be numbered after the National Labor Relations Board asked for public input Tuesday on whether it should limit workers' rights to display the notorious symbol of labor unrest and put up large banners during certain protests.
A California federal judge on Tuesday kicked back to state court a lawsuit brought by Uber drivers who say the company unlawfully pressured them to support a controversial ballot initiative, agreeing with the workers that Uber hadn't shown enough money was at stake to keep the case in a federal venue.
With a lawsuit over Pennsylvania's Nov. 6 deadline for mail-in ballots as one of the first cases on the newly full U.S. Supreme Court's plate, one county asked Justice Amy Coney Barrett on Tuesday to recuse herself because of President Donald Trump's stated desire to have her decide election cases in his favor.
A bitterly divided FCC on Tuesday approved a new internet order that Republicans say marks the last step in President Donald Trump's rollback of Obama-era "net neutrality" rules by concluding that the 2017 deregulation was the right thing to do and by settling a narrow set of legal questions that the D.C. Circuit ordered the commission to address.
The Ninth Circuit has denied the Trump administration's bid to temporarily ban downloads of the Chinese-owned messaging app WeChat from U.S. app stores while the government appeals a lower court's preliminary injunction forbidding the ban.