Nokia's first tablet, the Lumia 2520 The United States Department of Justice has approved the sale of Finnish smartphone maker to U.S. software giant Microsoft. Microsoft announced its intent to purchase Nokia for $7.2 billion on September...Show More Summary
The U.S. Department of Justice is being sued over its refusal to publicly disclose a $2 million non-prosecution agreement prosecutors reached with a Houston-based tree services company that employed undocumented workers. The U.S. Attorney's Office of the Southern District of...
There’s one less hurdle for Microsoft’s deal to purchase Nokia’s mobile hardware division for $7.2 billion. This past weekend, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) approved the deal in the U.S. leaving EU regulator approval as the final step according to ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley. The […]
Over the weekend, the U.S. Department of Justice gave its blessing to the pending Microsoft-Nokia acquisition, leaving Redmond one step closer to buying the Finnish company's devices and services business for a cool $5 billion. Last month, Nokia...
The US Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission has approved Microsoft's purchase of Nokia’s Devices and Services division.
The U.S. DOJ has given its approval to Microsoft's planned $7.2 billion acquisition of Nokia's devices and services business.
Debo Adegbile, nominee for Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights, Department of Justice Like a pack of slavering Baskerville hounds, the card-carrying members of "RRR" (acronym meaning varies—rabid Republican racists, religiously...Show More Summary
ByJF Global Investing: The Department Of Justice's Accommodative Stance Should Benefit The Industry Since the 2010 merger of UAL Corporation and Continental Airlines to form United Continental Holdings (UAL), the outlook has been increasingly positive for the airline industry. Show More Summary
The Obama administration should be permitted to keep a legal opinion secret that allows the FBI to obtain certain telephone records without any formal legal process, a Justice Department lawyer told a U.S. appeals court Tuesday. TheShow More Summary
The U.S. Justice Department says this fall's government shutdown is partly to blame for a delay in a $40 million lawsuit that tomato growers filed against the government for losses in 2008 when officials erroneously named tomatoes in a salmonella outbreak later linked to Mexican hot peppers.
If sitting in a prison cell was a job, it would be one of the most common jobs in the United States. In 2012, there were some 1,570,000 inmates in state and federal prisons in the U.S., according to data from the Justice Department.Show More Summary
A global auto industry price-fixing scandal being investigated by the US Department of Justice continues to unfurl as ever more companies - most of them Japanese - are found guilty of fixing the prices of numerous types of vehicle parts. Show More Summary
American’s bankruptcy judge approved the anti-trust settlement between American, US Airways, the US Department of Justice and several states. What’s more, the judge ruled that incorporating the settlement didn’t constitute a material change to American’s plan or reorganization, thus a new plan approval was not required. Show More Summary
American Airlines and US Airways will combine early next month and create the world’s largest airline. A New York judge on Wednesday approved the settlement reached earlier this month between the Justice Department and both airlines, allowing American to emerge from bankruptcy to complete the merger. AMR Corporation, parent of American Airlines, says the deal... Read More
Even after new direction from the Justice Department, U.S. Attorney Melinda Haag has continued her aggressive crackdown on some of the country's largest medical marijuana dispensaries. Her members of Congress aren't happy. The post Members Of Congress To California U.S. Attorney: Back Off Marijuana Prosecutions appeared first on ThinkProgress.
The U.S. Department of Justice has made the right decision to not prosecute WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange for publishing leaks from former U.S. Army intelligence analyst Bradley Manning, if a recent report in the Washington Post is correct, press freedom advocates said. Show More Summary
(Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department is probing Morgan Stanley for its hiring practices in China as part of an industry-wide investigation by the government into whether banks' employment of politically connected Chinese breached U.S. bribery laws,...
The bankruptcy court ruling comes 15 days after the Justice Department said it would settle its lawsuit that had sought to block the airline merger.