Ex-National Collegiate Athletic Association players suing to gain a share of the $800 million of annual broadcast revenue reaped by the organization said they won’t seek damages for past use of their images, instead focusing only on future licensing and earnings.
Ras Baraka declared victory as the elected successor to Cory Booker as mayor of Newark, New Jersey, in a race that pitted homegrown politics against Wall Street support for charter schools and economic development.
General Motors Co. is bringing its fight against owners of recalled cars to its former turf: the Manhattan bankruptcy court where the U.S. government financed the automaker’s turnaround five years ago.
Sixty percent of Americans said college athletes shouldn’t be able to form a labor union, according to a poll that concluded last night, a day before Northwestern University scholarship football players conducted a landmark vote on whether to unionize.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie appointed an independent reviewer to investigate any suspected misconduct in his office, among the recommendations in an internal analysis of the George Washington Bridge traffic jams.
Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk sought financial aid from Western donors and promised to adopt measures needed to steady an economy beset by a plunging currency and widening budget deficits.