Lumber Liquidators CEO Robert Lynch has abruptly quit the company that is embroiled in an investigation over products imported from China.
ConAgra Foods agrees to pay $11.2 million to settle a federal criminal charge that the company shipped Peter Pan peanut butter tainted with salmonella.
Four major banks agreed to plead guilty Wednesday to trying to manipulate foreign exchange rates and six were fined nearly $6 billion.
A federal judge has certified a class-action lawsuit that accuses J.C. Penney of marking up retail prices on apparel and accessories to trick shoppers.
Former CEO Dov Charney has filed a defamation lawsuit against American Apparel, which says the claim is without merit and that it will dispute the charge.
Sprint agrees to pay as much as $50 million to resolve a federal lawsuit accusing it of permitting unauthorized charges on to customers' phone bills.
A federal appeals court rejects appeals by the music industry that could have forced Pandora Media to pay higher royalties and have access to fewer songs.
Anheuser-Busch is apologizing for a slogan that appeared on bottles saying Bud Light removes the word 'no' from drinkers' vocabulary.
Students at closed Corinthian Colleges are told that if their credits are transferred to another school they won't qualify to have their loans discharged.
A consumer advocacy group has filed a class-action lawsuit against Cigna saying a new policy discriminates against people with HIV and AIDS.
ESPN is suing Verizon in an escalating clash over how the popular sports channel is being sold in a discounted pay-TV package.
The unusual Department of Justice and the Consumer Product Safety Commission suit stems from a 2010 recall over vases that shattered in customers' hands.
A bourbon theft ring operated for years as a lucrative business and began to unravel only when stolen barrels were discovered behind a shed.
A futures trader is arrested for his alleged involvement in the 'Flash Crash' in which the Dow Jones industrial average plunged 600 points in five minutes.
The action, made without comment by the justices, means that the Arizona Board of Cosmetology was justified in saying the doctor fish violated state law.
Uber must defend against a lawsuit accusing the ride-sharing service of discriminating against blind people by refusing to allow guide dogs, a judge says.
The EU accuses Google of cheating competitors by distorting Internet search results and also opens a probe into its Android mobile operating system.
Fourteen attorneys general ask Congress to investigate the herbal supplements industry and to consider giving the FDA stronger oversight of the industry.
Health care workers are charged with running a scheme in which they persuaded homeless and poor people to get medical testing with promises of free shoes.
Five states file lawsuits intended to shut down a massive alleged newspaper and magazine subscription scam that solicited millions of consumers nationwide.
Indiana's governor says he will fix the state's new religious freedom law to clarify that businesses can't use it to deny services to same-sex couples.
Two former federal agents are charged with fraud in the theft of digital currency during an investigation into an online black market known as Silk Road.
A dog obedience school owner has sued a customer for $65,000, alleging that negative reviews on Yelp and Angie's List were defamatory.
The Supreme Court renews a former UPS driver's chance to prove her claim of discrimination after UPS failed to offer her lighter duty when she was pregnant.
Target has proposed to pay $10 million to settle a class-action lawsuit brought against the retailer following a massive data breach in 2013.
Lumber Liquidators stands by the safety of its products and says it will offer free indoor air quality testing for qualifying customers.
What brings stocks down? News about a carcinogen (Lumber Liquidators), a bad quarter (Bazaarvoice) and a decision against a spinoff (Bob Evans Farms).
The Supreme Court sharply divides in the latest challenge to President Obama's health law, this time over the subsidies that make insurance affordable.
Some French investors are getting rich by actively trading funds using an old, risk-free life insurance deal that's being fought over in court.
Amusement parks are doing great these days - unless you happen to be SeaWorld Entertainment, which posted another disappointing quarterly report Thursday.