U.S. investigators said the company used research grants, consulting deals, gifts and free equipment to induce influential doctors to order more Olympus devices and to keep competitors at bay.
The sporting goods retailer is looking to restructure its debt and close or sell approximately 140 stores. The Colorado-based retailer currently operates more than 460 locations.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that states can't require many large employers to submit health care claims to a massive database. The decision means Medicare data will remain the go-to source for now.
As part of a showdown over whether Apple must develop a way to unlock the iPhone owned by a San Bernardino shooter, Apple and the FBI faced off Tuesday before members of the House Judiciary Committee.
Aubrey McClendon, former CEO of Chesapeake Energy Corp., was charged with orchestrating a conspiracy not to compete with another company for oil and gas leases, the Justice Department said.
The U.S. Postal Service is in dire financial straits. If the price of stamps go down as scheduled in April, it could cost the already hemorrhaging Post office $2 billion per year.
FBI Director James Comey and Apple's top lawyer testified before the House Judiciary Committee Tuesday over the court order forcing Apple to unlock an iPhone owned by a terrorist.
The pesticide got "conditional" approval just eight years ago, but the EPA now says it could poison fish. The move is raising hope among activists who want the EPA to regulate pesticides more tightly.
Apple and the FBI faced off Tuesday before members of the House Judiciary Committee as part of the showdown over whether Apple must develop a way to unlock the iPhone owned by of one of the San Bernardino shooters. Apple's general counsel, the FBI director and Manhattan's district attorney were among the powerful lineup giving testimony.
Google is acknowledging fault in an accident that involved one of its prototype self-driving cars last month. The self-driving car struck a bus. NPR explores what it would mean for auto liability insurance if the streets of the future are full of self-driving cars.
Globe-trotters used to stay in hotels, eat in hotels, buy gifts in hotels. Airbnb is shaking things up — and has given one Tanzanian an unexpected new career.
In Britain, it's being called an outrage. In France, one story about the new contract starts with the sentence, "Admiral Nelson must be turning in his grave."
Hamburg officials say single-use pods waste resources and aren't always recyclable. The city is believed to be the world's first to oust the capsules from schools, offices and other institutions.
As Internet giants vie for business in Asia, European mobile carrier Telenor realizes it can have better, bigger Big Data than even Google, putting itself in uncharted territory.
Director James Comey says law enforcement tools are growing more ineffective in the face of encryption and acknowledges that the legal battle the FBI is fighting with Apple may be precedent-setting.
As Apple challenges the FBI's request to help unlock an iPhone, all sides are urging Congress to settle the ongoing dispute over the law enforcement investigators' access to encrypted data.
More people have more student loan debt than ever; last year, the average for a college grad was more than $35,000. Here are some ways to set priorities for attacking that debt.
China's Internet authorities have shut down all social media accounts of Ren Zhiqiang, a sharp-tongued real estate mogul compared by some in China to Donald Trump.
Adam Grant, author of Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the World, tells us what makes an original, how parents can nurture originality in their children, and its potential downside.
Clear Channel Outdoor — one of the largest outdoor advertising companies in the U.S. — will now use billboards to map real-world habits and behaviors from nearby consumers.