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    US Reps Urge Canada To Let Canadian Ads Into Super Bowl

    Four U.S. Congress members on Thursday joined the National Football League and Canadian broadcasters in urging Canadian broadcast regulators reverse themselves and allow Canadian advertisements to play in the nation's broadcast of the 2017 Super Bowl...

    Koch Industries Says GOP Import Tax Would Be 'Devastating'

    Koch Industries Inc. has raised objections to a crucial piece of the House GOP tax overhaul plan, saying a proposal to tax imports to dissuade U.S. companies from going offshore could be “devastating” to the U.S. economy and its consumers...

    Koch Industries Says GOP Import Tax Would Be 'Devastating'

    Koch Industries Inc. has raised objections to a crucial piece of the House GOP tax overhaul plan, saying a proposal to tax imports to dissuade U.S. companies from going offshore could be “devastating” to the U.S. economy and its consumers...

    Chinese Billionaire Denied Separate Trial In UN Bribe Case

    A Manhattan federal judge refused on Thursday to split the government's allegations of bribery at the United Nations into two cases, denying Chinese real estate billionaire Ng Lap Seng's request for a separate trial from the one against his alleged...

    Chinese Billionaire Denied Separate Trial In UN Bribe Case

    A Manhattan federal judge refused on Thursday to split the government's allegations of bribery at the United Nations into two cases, denying Chinese real estate billionaire Ng Lap Seng's request for a separate trial from the one against his alleged...

    NJ Senator Says ExxonMobil Deal Lacked Analysis, Outreach

    A New Jersey state senator on Wednesday continued his fight to overturn ExxonMobil Corp.'s $225 million payout to the state to settle natural resource damages from its refineries and gas stations, arguing that a recent contamination case ruling highlights...

    Chinese Billionaire Denied Separate Trial In UN Bribe Case

    A Manhattan federal judge refused on Thursday to split the government's allegations of bribery at the United Nations into two cases, denying Chinese real estate billionaire Ng Lap Seng's request for a separate trial from the one against his alleged...

    NJ Senator Says ExxonMobil Deal Lacked Analysis, Outreach

    A New Jersey state senator on Wednesday continued his fight to overturn ExxonMobil Corp.'s $225 million payout to the state to settle natural resource damages from its refineries and gas stations, arguing that a recent contamination case ruling highlights...

    Chinese Billionaire Denied Separate Trial In UN Bribe Case

    A Manhattan federal judge refused on Thursday to split the government's allegations of bribery at the United Nations into two cases, denying Chinese real estate billionaire Ng Lap Seng's request for a separate trial from the one against his alleged...

    Persuader Case Halted Pending Trump DOL Action

    A Minnesota federal judge Wednesday put on ice a lawsuit challenging the U.S. Department of Labor's so-called persuader rule, which requires employers to report arrangements to influence workers regarding union representation, asking the Trump administration...

    Ex-Owner Of TGI Fridays Knocks Notice Motion In Wage Suit

    The former owner of the TGI Fridays restaurant chain asked a New York judge Wednesday to dismiss a summary judgment motion by wait staffers claiming they did not receive proper wage and tip statements, arguing the workers did get the information. ...read...

    Brazil Fines Foreign Banks $54M For Currency Manipulation

    Brazil’s competition authority has announced that five big banks have agreed to pay 183.5 million reals ($54.4 million) and admit to participating in a conspiracy to manipulate offshore foreign exchange markets, and that it has opened a new investigation...

    Brazil Fines Foreign Banks $54M For Currency Manipulation

    Brazil’s competition authority has announced that five big banks have agreed to pay 183.5 million reals ($54.4 million) and admit to participating in a conspiracy to manipulate offshore foreign exchange markets, and that it has opened a new investigation...

    Infiniti Buyers Seek Cert Over Dud Entertainment System

    Infiniti owners disappointed by entertainment systems that supposedly didn't rise to the company's futuristic promises asked a California federal judge on Wednesday to certify their class, saying the requisite boxes have been checked. ...read...

    Infiniti Buyers Seek Cert Over Dud Entertainment System

    Infiniti owners disappointed by entertainment systems that supposedly didn't rise to the company's futuristic promises asked a California federal judge on Wednesday to certify their class, saying the requisite boxes have been checked. ...read...

    House Passes Water Infrastructure Bill With Flint Aid

    The U.S. House of Representatives pushed through a major water infrastructure bill on Thursday that includes aid for the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, even as Democrats objected to new provisions they said could strip environmental protections in California...

    NCAA Conference Wants Testimony Limited In Grant-In-Aid Row

    The Mid-American Conference, a Division I college athletics conference, is seeking to limit the scope of deposition testimony over its finances sought in one of the main cases in the multidistrict grant-in-aid NCAA antitrust litigation over student-athlete...

    NCAA Conference Wants Testimony Limited In Grant-In-Aid Row

    The Mid-American Conference, a Division I college athletics conference, is seeking to limit the scope of deposition testimony over its finances sought in one of the main cases in the multidistrict grant-in-aid NCAA antitrust litigation over student-athlete...

    Fed. Circ. Won't Rethink Yarn Maker Customs Ruling

    The full Federal Circuit refused Wednesday to rehear a panel decision to not let a Chinese yarn maker transfer its case over the customs classification for certain products out of the U.S. Court of International Trade, where the suit faces dismissal....

    Forexware Can't Duck Former Exec's Breach Of Contract Suit

    A New York state judge on Thursday tossed a motion by Forexware LLC, a software company serving foreign exchange broker-dealers, to dismiss a breach of contract suit by a former executive whose companies it purchased. ...read more

    Forexware Can't Duck Former Exec's Breach Of Contract Suit

    A New York state judge on Thursday tossed a motion by Forexware LLC, a software company serving foreign exchange broker-dealers, to dismiss a breach of contract suit by a former executive whose companies it purchased. ...read more

    Forexware Can't Duck Former Exec's Breach Of Contract Suit

    A New York state judge on Thursday tossed a motion by Forexware LLC, a software company serving foreign exchange broker-dealers, to dismiss a breach of contract suit by a former executive whose companies it purchased. ...read more

    FERC Greenlights Exelon's $110M NY Nuke Plant Buy

    The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Wednesday gave its approval for Exelon to buy the operating license for Entergy's 838-megawatt FitzPatrick nuclear plant in central New York for $110 million, finding the deal was in the public interest...

    FERC Greenlights Exelon's $110M NY Nuke Plant Buy

    The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Wednesday gave its approval for Exelon to buy the operating license for Entergy's 838-megawatt FitzPatrick nuclear plant in central New York for $110 million, finding the deal was in the public interest...

    FERC Greenlights Exelon's $110M NY Nuke Plant Buy

    The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Wednesday gave its approval for Exelon to buy the operating license for Entergy's 838-megawatt FitzPatrick nuclear plant in central New York for $110 million, finding the deal was in the public interest...