A U.S. appeals court reviewing the first of 21 class-action cases by FedEx Corp. drivers claiming they’re company employees and not independent contractors asked the Kansas Supreme Court how drivers are classified under that state’s law.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. faces a regulatory probe in Britain and scrutiny from the German government after the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission sued the firm for fraud tied to collateralized debt obligations.
Hal Turner , the Internet radio host and blogger serving a 33-month sentence for threatening three U.S. judges, agreed to let the government destroy his firearms after the judge in his case ordered them returned to his mother.
Galleon Group LLC founder Raj Rajaratnam will get a court hearing on his claim that the government filed a misleading application to wiretap him and that the evidence produced by the taps should be excluded.
Federal prosecutors told a judge they want to destroy four firearms, including a Mossberg 12- gauge shotgun, owned by Hal Turner , the Internet radio host and blogger sentenced to 33 months in prison for threatening the lives of three U.S. appeals-court judges.