A $50 million settlement of a lawsuit against the National Football League over claims it made money using players’ images in marketing without sharing it with them was given final approval by a judge.
Aereo Inc., whose service relays network television shows to online viewers, asked a New York judge in a copyright lawsuit by Walt Disney Co.’s ABC, CBS Corp. and other broadcasters to rule that its business is legal.
Alberta Investment Management Corp., the Canadian pension fund, has been approached by at least four groups, including Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd., to invest in BlackBerry Ltd. though it hasn’t seen a solid business plan yet for the smartphone maker.
Years away from the field, former National Football League players including Jim Brown, Preston Pearson and Reggie Rucker clashed in court with retirees Mark Gastineau, Dan Pastorini, Dave Casper and others.
The doors of Larry Ellison’s waterfront hangar on San Francisco Bay slide open and more than a dozen men in hard hats roll out the billionaire’s latest technological marvel. Built to defend the America’s Cup starting here on Sept. 7, Oracle Team USA 17 is a catamaran named after the company that made Ellison the eighth-richest person on the planet.
Arthur Levitt, former chairman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, interviews Food Network television host Ina Garten, author of The Barefoot Contessa Cookbook, on Bloomberg Radio's "A Closer Look With Arthur Levitt."
David Leyonhjelm realized he could win an Australian Senate seat when his small Liberal Democratic Party scored the plum spot for the Sept. 7 election -- the top, left-hand corner of the ballot sheet in New South Wales state.
A comment about Syria’s chemical weapons by Secretary of State John Kerry that aides said was merely rhetorical may give U.S. President Barack Obama a way to postpone or avoid an attack on Syria that most Americans oppose.
Asian stocks rose as U.S. lawmakers said they’re optimistic for an agreement to avoid automatic spending cuts and tax increases and as the leader of Japan’s opposition party called for unlimited monetary policy easing.