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    NY Judge Denies Uber’s Proposed $3M Settlement

    A New York federal judge on Friday denied preliminary approval for a proposed $3 million agreement to settle claims that Uber Technologies Inc. improperly accounted for taxes and other charges in calculating a service fee it deducted from fares earned...

    ACA, Comcast Ask FCC To Codify Cable Add-On Practice

    The American Cable Association and Comcast have urged the Federal Communications Commission to bar utility companies from charging broadband providers when they tie additional cables to lines attached to utility poles, arguing that removing such barriers...

    ACA, Comcast Ask FCC To Codify Cable Add-On Practice

    The American Cable Association and Comcast have urged the Federal Communications Commission to bar utility companies from charging broadband providers when they tie additional cables to lines attached to utility poles, arguing that removing such barriers...

    1 Of 52 Bison Seen After Release Spurs Criminal Probe

    Yellowstone National Park staff have spotted at least one of the 52 bison illegally released from holding pens last week, as the National Park Service’s criminal investigation into the unauthorized emancipation continues, a spokeswoman said Friday...

    CBP Violated Court Orders Against Travel Ban: DHS Watchdog

    The Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Inspector General released a report Friday revealing that the U.S. Customs and Border Protection was “caught by surprise” when President Donald Trump issued the first travel ban, and that...

    New York Lawyers Bring Bharara's Nightmare To Life

    A troupe of multitalented lawyers served former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara a fever dream about the devil, Bruce Springsteen and President Donald Trump on Thursday at the New York City Bar Association's annual musical roast. ...read more

    New York Lawyers Bring Bharara's Nightmare To Life

    A troupe of multitalented lawyers served former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara a fever dream about the devil, Bruce Springsteen and President Donald Trump on Thursday at the New York City Bar Association's annual musical roast. ...read more

    9 IPOs Projected To Exceed $3B In Year's Busiest Week

    Ten firms will guide nine companies set to price initial public offerings raising nearly $3.2 billion during the week of Jan. 22, led by a $1.8 billion IPO by a Brazilian digital payments provider, plus offerings by private equity-backed companies and...

    Ford, Class Fight Exhaust-Odor Deal Objector In 11th Circ.

    Ford Motor Co. and representatives of a class of Floridians who drove Ford Explorers that may have had a defective exhaust system have asked the Eleventh Circuit to throw out an objection to the settlement, saying the deal was fair to drivers and acknowledged...

    Media Groups Fight To Undo FCC Ownership Deregulation

    Two media organizations have launched a challenge to the Federal Communications Commission’s deregulation of its broadcast media ownership rules, telling the Third Circuit that the agency slashed important diversity safeguards without ample justification...

    Media Groups Fight To Undo FCC Ownership Deregulation

    Two media organizations have launched a challenge to the Federal Communications Commission’s deregulation of its broadcast media ownership rules, telling the Third Circuit that the agency slashed important diversity safeguards without ample justification...

    Media Groups Fight To Undo FCC Ownership Deregulation

    Two media organizations have launched a challenge to the Federal Communications Commission’s deregulation of its broadcast media ownership rules, telling the Third Circuit that the agency slashed important diversity safeguards without ample justification...

    DC Circ. Upholds NRC's Wyo. Uranium Mine License

    The D.C. Circuit on Friday rejected environmental groups’ effort to revive their challenge to the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s decision to issue a license for Strata Energy Inc.’s uranium mining project in Wyoming. ...read more

    DC Circ. Upholds NRC's Wyo. Uranium Mine License

    The D.C. Circuit on Friday rejected environmental groups’ effort to revive their challenge to the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s decision to issue a license for Strata Energy Inc.’s uranium mining project in Wyoming. ...read more

    DC Circ. Upholds NRC's Wyo. Uranium Mine License

    The D.C. Circuit on Friday rejected environmental groups’ effort to revive their challenge to the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s decision to issue a license for Strata Energy Inc.’s uranium mining project in Wyoming. ...read more

    Kuwait Co. To Get Up To $1.3B To Supply Food To US Troops

    The U.S. Defense Logistics Agency on Thursday awarded a five-year contract valued at as much as $1.38 billion to Kuwait and Gulf Link Transport Co. to lead logistics and food distribution operations for U.S. military personnel in the Gulf region. ...read...

    No Proof Yet That Tax Cuts Have Boosted US Economy

    The flood of bonuses and wage-increase announcements from retailers, banks and manufacturers can’t be held as a testament to the Republicans’ tax cuts, as analysts remain firm that these well-timed disclosures would have happened even without...

    No Proof Yet That Tax Cuts Have Boosted US Economy

    The flood of bonuses and wage-increase announcements from retailers, banks and manufacturers can’t be held as a testament to the Republicans’ tax cuts, as analysts remain firm that these well-timed disclosures would have happened even without...

    Feds Want Tribes’ Bears Ears Challenge Moved To Utah

    The federal government asked a D.C. federal court Thursday to transfer a suit brought by the Hopi Tribe and others alleging President Donald Trump did not have authority to reduce the size of the Bears Ears National Monument, arguing that Utah is a better...

    Feds Want Tribes’ Bears Ears Challenge Moved To Utah

    The federal government asked a D.C. federal court Thursday to transfer a suit brought by the Hopi Tribe and others alleging President Donald Trump did not have authority to reduce the size of the Bears Ears National Monument, arguing that Utah is a better...

    Feds Want Tribes’ Bears Ears Challenge Moved To Utah

    The federal government asked a D.C. federal court Thursday to transfer a suit brought by the Hopi Tribe and others alleging President Donald Trump did not have authority to reduce the size of the Bears Ears National Monument, arguing that Utah is a better...

    Software Developer Gets 5 Years For Stealing Source Code

    A software developer arrested in late 2015, who pled guilty to economic espionage and theft of a trade secret in New York federal court, was sentenced Friday to five years in prison for stealing source code from his former employer, with apparent plans...

    Software Developer Gets 5 Years For Stealing Source Code

    A software developer arrested in late 2015, who pled guilty to economic espionage and theft of a trade secret in New York federal court, was sentenced Friday to five years in prison for stealing source code from his former employer, with apparent plans...

    Liquidation Can't Be Reopened For Old Claim, NJ Panel Says

    The New Jersey Appellate Division on Friday affirmed a lower court’s finding that a Michigan state road agency can’t reopen a Garden State insurer’s decadesold liquidation case in order to recoup payouts from car crash claims, ruling that the insolvency...

    Fed’s Bank Regulator Wants To ‘Tailor’ Dodd-Frank Rules

    The Federal Reserve’s first-ever vice chair for supervision called Friday for a rethinking of Dodd-Frank Act bank regulations to make them more transparent and efficient, specifically calling for “tailoring” approaches for individual...