by Beenish Ahmed Posted on December 17, 2014 Updated: December 17, 2014
Despite U.S. sanctions, Americans have a very real impact on the economy.
by Alan Pyke Posted on December 17, 2014 Updated: December 17, 2014
Walmart revamped its pregnancy policies in March, but worker advocates filed a complaint on Wednesday saying the policy is failing.
by Lisette Partelow - Guest Contributor Posted on December 17, 2014
A 1965 law might be getting a much-needed overhaul soon.
by Lauren C. Williams Posted on December 16, 2014
Apple wins decade-long iTunes lawsuit after jury decides the company didn't break the law by using encryption that kept customers from playing music bought from third-parties.
by Alan Pyke Posted on December 16, 2014 Updated: December 16, 2014
A law designed to crack down on mob loan sharks may soon bite online payday lending mogul Scott Tucker, whose business arrangements with Native American tribes have drawn legal scrutiny.
by Lauren C. Williams Posted on December 16, 2014 Updated: December 16, 2014
While Amazon is not a party in the case, the case has everything to do with the mega e-retailer.
by Alan Pyke Posted on December 15, 2014
A millionaire financier has been banned from his profession for life for skipping out on train fare. What can the story tell us about the industry?
by Alan Pyke Posted on December 12, 2014 Updated: December 13, 2014
The Wall Street deregulation measure that inspired a lefty revolt against the "cromnibus" spending deal shares some worrying characteristics with a fateful 2000 deregulatory move.
by Lauren C. Williams Posted on December 12, 2014
In a major win for labor unions, federal regulators ruled that workers can now organize via work email.
by David Sanchez - Guest Contributor Posted on December 11, 2014
A controversial Wall Street giveaway might sink Congress' last-minute deal to keep the government open. But it's just a preview of what legislators have in store for Dodd-Frank this spring.