Government approves open-pit surface mining despite 'significant adverse environmental effects'
The city of Los Angeles added Bank of America to a group of banks it is suing for alleged discriminatory lending practices that it says led to a wave of foreclosures.
The FCC said it has delayed until 2015 its reverse auction of TV airwaves, a decision that reflects the commission's intent on getting the complex proceeding right
A newly finalized U.S. rule would grant wind farms and other projects 30-year exemptions from prosecution for accidentally killing federally protected eagles provided they take steps to avoid such kills.
Lands' End has suffered under Sears Holdings, and the planned spinoff by the 50-year-old maker of preppy chinos and fleece jackets won't exactly set it free.
The ex-CEO and ex-CFO of the company, which is in bankruptcy, are seeking the funds to spend on legal costs tied to shareholder suits.
Apple Inc. paid about $60 million in legal fees in patent litigation lawsuit against Samsung Electronics Co., the company said in court documents.
Archer Daniels Midland remains on the lookout for deals overseas despite last week's failure of a key acquisition in Asia, the grain company's chief financial officer said.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Xiaflex for the treatment of Peyronie's disease, a move that expands the use of the biologic medicine.