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The NFL's Washington team said Monday it will abandon its controversial Redskins name, slammed by critics as a racist term referring to Native Americans, and its traditional logo after sponsors pushed the team to make the move.
The corporate parent of New York & Co. and other apparel brands hit Chapter 11 in New Jersey Bankruptcy Court on Monday with plans to close a significant portion of its stores as it struggles with more than $100 million in debt, marking the latest retail dress-down compounded by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hi-Crush Inc., which provides logistics support to natural gas drillers in the fracking space, filed for Chapter 11 protection late Sunday in Texas with an eye toward slashing $450 million of note debt in the next 90 days.
Analog Devices Inc. has agreed to buy Maxim Integrated Products Inc. for almost $21 billion, the parties said Monday, in a deal that creates a single computer component company with an enterprise value of more than $68 billion and was guided by Weil and Wachtell.
President Donald Trump on Friday said he was planning to issue an executive order on immigration that would, in part, create a "road to citizenship" for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program recipients, telling a Telemundo anchor that "people are going to be very happy with it."
A slew of universities and colleges urged a Massachusetts federal court Friday to block a Trump administration policy barring foreign students from the U.S. if institutions offer online-only instruction during the coronavirus pandemic, calling the directive "abrupt," "arbitrary" and "devastating" for schools and students.
A cannabis company backed by music mogul Jay-Z and football legend Joe Montana received millions of dollars in Paycheck Protection Program loan money, U.S. Treasury data shows.
A California federal jury found a 32-year-old Russian national guilty of carrying out cyberattacks against LinkedIn and Dropbox on Friday, finding that the government had proven beyond a reasonable doubt that he was responsible for the breaches that compromised over 100 million users' data in 2012.
Two disabled, retired NFL players have hit the players union with a proposed class action that aims to undo "devastating" disability benefit cuts contained in the league's new collective bargaining agreement, claiming the union "misled" current players into voting yes on the controversial deal.
British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell urged a Manhattan federal court on Friday to release her on $5 million bail as she awaits trial on charges of luring minors for sex with financier Jeffrey Epstein, denying that her own wealth makes her a flight risk.
U.S. Department of Justice official Seth DuCharme has been tapped as acting U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of New York, U.S. Attorney General William Barr said Friday, replacing Richard Donoghue, who is in turn taking DuCharme's old job.
Law firms accounted for a large portion of the recipients of federal bailout funds designed to save small businesses during the coronavirus pandemic, but some observers speculate that, for a number of those shops, the funds won't be enough to prevent future cuts if COVID-19 continues to drag down the market.