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Sam Bankman-Fried's lawyers renew claim that the FTX founder can't prepare for trial behind bars
Lawyers for Sam Bankman-Fried say prosecutors have delivered another four million pages of documents on the FTX founder six weeks before trial
ECB's Lagarde says interest rates to stay high as long as needed to defeat inflation
Interest rates in the European Union will need to stay high “as long as necessary” to slow still-high inflation, Christine Lagarde, president of...
DoorDash to pay $1.6M to its workers for violating Seattle sick time policy
DoorDash will pay $1.6 million to its workers after a city of Seattle investigation found the company failed to implement the city’s required sick...
Hawaiian Electric shares plunge after utility is sued over devastating Maui fires
Shares of Hawaiian Electric Company’s parent fell more than 18% by market close Friday, one day after the utility was sued by Maui County over the...
Monaco closes corruption probe against Lebanon's caretaker prime minister for lack of evidence
The office of Lebanon's caretaker Prime Minister Najib Mikati says a three-year probe against him and his family over corruption allegations has...
Fire at Louisiana oil refinery sends tower of black smoke into the air, but no injuries reported
A fire has broken out at an oil refinery in south Louisiana, sending a tower of black smoke into the sky
Energy interests and environmentalists fight Biden oil lease plan from different sides
Oil companies are challenging a Biden administration move to protect an endangered species of whale by scaling back a planned September auction of...
Federal officials are warning airlines to keep workers away from jet engines that are still running
Federal safety regulators are warning airlines to make sure that workers stay away from jet engines that are still running
3M to pay more than $6.5M for violating certain provisions of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
3M has agreed to pay more than $6.5 million to resolve charges that it violated the books and records and internal controls provisions of the...
Early Apple computer that helped launch $3T company sells at auction for $223,000
One of the first personal computers built by Apple and signed by company co-founder Steve Wozniak has sold at auction for more than $223,000
Director of British Museum steps down amid controversy over thefts of ancient items
The director of the British Museum says he's stepping down immediately amid investigations into the theft or disappearance of hundreds of items...
Auto workers vote overwhelmingly to let union leaders to call strikes against Detroit companies
Auto workers have voted overwhelmingly to give union leaders the authority to call strikes against Detroit car companies if a contract agreement...
Estonia's pro-Ukrainian PM faces pressure to quit over husband's indirect Russian business links
Estonia’s strongly pro-Ukrainian prime minister is under increasing pressure to resign, after Estonian media revealed her husband’s role in a...
Paris booksellers won't let their street stands along the Seine be removed for the 2024 Olympics
Paris booksellers who work on the banks of the River Seine for decades are refusing to leave during the Paris Olympics next year
George Soros' Open Society Foundations intend to cut programs in Europe, worrying grantees
Open Society Foundations plan to significantly curtail their work in Europe and lay off much of their staff there
The owner of Turkey's low-cost Pegasus Airlines and wife were seriously hurt in an Aegean boat crash
The chairman of the company that owns Turkey’s low-cost carrier Pegasus Airlines has been injured in a boat accident while vacationing in Greece