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A major insurance settlement will bring another $15 million to victims of child sexual abuse in the Diocese of Duluth, N.D., the Duluth News Tribune...
The bill passed to privatize the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA) does not address the utility’s fate under the bankruptcy process...
Magnolia Petroleum plc, a U.S.-based oil and gas E&P company, has announced that it has signed a non-binding agreement with a third party for the...
​Six former and current employees of Fitbit Inc. were ​charged in a federal indictment for possessing trade secrets stolen from rival Jawbone,...
For years, Americans could borrow against their homes to pay for a new car, college tuition, or even a trip to the Caribbean, and then deduct the...
Banks across the U.S. have closed nearly 9,000 branches this decade. Yet many smaller banks are in building mode, a sign that broader economic growth...
Abraaj, the Middle East’s biggest private equity firm, has filed a petition in the Cayman Islands, asking the court to appoint PwC as...
For decades, bankruptcy judges refused to consider reducing student loans, but that is changing as some judges are now throwing lifelines to people...
The court-appointed trustee liquidating Bernard Madoff’s firm yesterday announced a $280 million settlement with one of the swindler’s...
For years, a South Carolina lender “humiliated and harassed” customers by directing its employees to approach them at their homes, jobs...