Corporate News

Twitter's fake account purge drags stock lower

Jul 9, 2018

Twitter's fake account purge dragged its stock lower

Bank fires Wisconsin candidate who wouldn't quit race

Jul 9, 2018

A Republican state treasurer candidate says he was fired because he wouldn't drop out of the race

Markets Right Now: Banks lead US stocks broadly higher

Jul 9, 2018

Stocks posted solid gains on Wall Street as traders looked ahead to what many expect will be strong second-quarter earnings from U.S. companies.

Ex-ITT executives agree to settlements with SEC

Jul 9, 2018

The former CEO of the parent company of for-profit ITT Technical Institute has agreed to settle a lawsuit accusing the company's management of hiding from investors the rapidly eroding financial condition of the now-defunct firm

Correction: Teva-US-HQ Move story

Jul 9, 2018

Correction: Teva-US-HQ Move story

Appalachian region looks to Asia to revive economic hopes

Jul 8, 2018

A slice of Appalachia along the Ohio River still struggling with the loss of manufacturing jobs from decades ago is looking to Asia to revive the region's fortunes

Court: Louisiana oil pipeline construction can continue

Jul 6, 2018

A federal appeals court's ruling allows construction to continue on a crude oil pipeline through an environmentally fragile Louisiana swamp

Man who challenged black family's use of pool loses job

Jul 6, 2018

A white man who challenged a black family's use of a neighborhood pool has lost his job

Federal judge fines Chinese wind turbine maker $1.5 million

Jul 6, 2018

A federal judge in Wisconsin fined a Chinese wind turbine manufacturer Friday for stealing trade secrets from a Massachusetts-based technology company.

77-year-old payday lender gets 14 years in prison for scheme

Jul 6, 2018

The head of a multimillion-dollar payday lending enterprise has been sentenced to 14 years in federal prison for evading state regulations by using Native American tribes and a bank as fronts