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Facebook Probe Is Formally Launched by New York Attorney General

Facebook Probe Is Formally Launched by New York Attorney General

New York state's attorney general announces on Friday that she and other state attorneys general are formally launching an antitrust probe into Facebook, placing additional pressure on the social media giant who is already facing intense federal and international scrutiny.

Mallinckrodt Plunges on Report It's Considering Filing for Bankruptcy

Mallinckrodt Plunges on Report It's Considering Filing for Bankruptcy

Shares of drugmaker Mallinckrodt plunge on a report the company is considering filing for bankruptcy as a way of dealing with its opioid-related legal liabilities.

Johnson & Johnson's Fine May Be the Pin Prick That Keeps Bleeding

Johnson & Johnson's Fine May Be the Pin Prick That Keeps Bleeding

By failing to settle like Purdue Pharma, JNJ is taking a risky gamble that could open itself up to many more state court battles and penalties.

Boeing Facing First MAX-Related Customer Lawsuit

Boeing Facing First MAX-Related Customer Lawsuit

A subsidiary of Russian state conglomerate Rostec files a U.S. lawsuit to cancel its order for 35 Boeing 737 MAX airplanes, another sign that Boeing's customers are losing patience with ongoing delays in remedying the troubled jet.

Johnson & Johnson Faces Oklahoma Opioid Ruling on Monday

Johnson & Johnson Faces Oklahoma Opioid Ruling on Monday

An Oklahoma judge is expected to issue what will be a landmark ruling Monday on whether Johnson & Johnson will be held responsible for the state's opioid epidemic that officials say led to more than 6,000 deaths over nearly two decades.

Tesla's Solar Division Under Fire for Roof Blazes at Walmart

Tesla's Solar Division Under Fire for Roof Blazes at Walmart

The news comes the same week that Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced a solar panel rental program that seemed designed to boost business at the division.

How Much Do Judges Make in 2019?

How Much Do Judges Make in 2019?

Judges make a pretty decent living. Here's what to expect, if you ever make it to the bench.

What Is Price Fixing?

What Is Price Fixing?

When companies get tired of offering better products, sometimes they try another option. Like illegal price fixing.

CVS Health's $69 Billion Acquisition Facing Potential Legal Block - Report

CVS Health's $69 Billion Acquisition Facing Potential Legal Block - Report

A federal judge is close to a issuing a surprise ruling that would block CVS's $69 billion acquisition of Aetna, the New York Post reports.

What Is an Employment Agreement?

What Is an Employment Agreement?

An employment agreement spells out the rules, rights and responsibilities for both the employer and the employee.