President Barack Obama signed two executive actions today designed to shed light on the pay practices of federal contractors, which he said will help eliminate salary disparities between men and women.
The U.S. Supreme Court revisited the 2001 Enron Corp. collapse as the justices debated whether a federal law protects whistle-blowers working for auditors, law firms and other advisers to publicly traded companies.
The U.S. Supreme Court revisited the Enron Corp. collapse as the justices debated whether whistle- blower protections in a 2002 law cover employees of auditors, law firms and other advisers to publicly traded companies.
Samsung Electronics Co., sought to steal market share by selling a Galaxy Nexus phone that copies a feature that makes the iPhone’s Siri virtual personal assistant so compelling, Apple Inc. told a U.S. appeals court.
A U.S. appeals court specializing in patent law grappled today with questions about when computer programs should be eligible for legal protection in a case that’s divided the judges and the software industry.
Allergan Inc. investors should be barred from seeking to hold directors responsible for a $600 million penalty the maker of the wrinkle smoother Botox had to pay over illegal marketing of the drug, the company’s lawyers told Delaware’s high court.