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Alexander Vinnik, of Russia, was accused of being the mastermind behind a black market Bitcoin exchange, which helped launder billions of dollars.
A Chinese man has transferred more than 29 percent of HNA Group of China to a private foundation, adding to the questions about the firm’s structure and political connections.
The prospect of regulatory requirements raises the question of whether the offerings provide any advantage over crowdfunding, venture capital or initial public offerings.
An unusual trial has featured victims who actually made money and defense lawyers who paint their client as an erratic misfit and want more victims to testify.
The agency said that at least some virtual currencies being sold to investors should be categorized as securities and needed to follow federal laws.
The activist sued to force the media metrics company into holding an annual meeting.
Bitcoin Cash, to be available Aug. 1, sprang from a feud over how to govern a decentralized, open-source technology with no one set of leaders or owners.
It is the latest instance of an activist shareholder seeking to flex its muscle and change a company’s corporate strategy
Greek and European officials hailed Tuesday’s bond sale as a milestone for a troubled country that nearly exited the euro twice since the financial crisis erupted.
The Japanese technology and media giant, which owns stakes in several of Uber’s competitors, is also considering putting money into the American ride-hailing service.
A federal oversight agency says that the Department of Housing and Urban Development sold the mortgages without first giving the public a due notice.
Jimmy Choo will need to grow fast, and the American brand does rapid expansion well. But it risks taking the luxury shoemaker down-market.
Using economic penalties to achieve diplomatic goals has a poor track record when the target is powerful and autocratic, and workarounds exist.
The Chinese conglomerate unveiled some details of its ownership structure. But what it disclosed raised almost as many questions as it answered.
Bain Capital and Cinven renewed their offer for the German generic drugmaker after failing to garner enough shareholder support in June.
The agreement comes as upscale brands grapple with plummeting sales and tepid profits, particularly in the so-called middle market.
The new White House communications director is just as brash as his boss — and, it seems, just as willing to kiss and make up with a former foe.
Employers say they are having trouble filling jobs because too many applicants can’t pass screening, a factor depressing the labor participation rate.
The decision means that the former hedge fund manager’s decision to sharply raise the price of a drug and his social media antics will be kept out of the trial.
The privately held conglomerate, which has gone on an overseas acquisition spree, sought to address concerns about its ownership structure.