The company attributed a sales decline to changes in its promotional strategy and 'continued negative consumer sentiment.'
A judge rules Illinois' biometric privacy law may apply to Facebook's use of facial recognition software to tag photos.
CFO David Dick says Sycamore Partners "used its leverage" over one of the retailer's suppliers to precipitate the bankruptcy.
ForceField Energy's ex-chairman allegedly paid a publisher and others to hype its stock in exchange for kickbacks they did not disclose.
The oilfield services giant will use its $3.5 billion breakup fee from Halliburton to fund a $1.5 billion share buyback.
The SEC says Santos, Postal & Co. failed to properly scrutinize an investment adviser who embezzled $670,000 from clients.
The heightened scrutiny could result in a mass exodus of compliance officers from their positions, research suggests.
The suit seeking to overturn a 1986 law aligns Microsoft with the tech industry in a high-stakes battle over privacy rights.
The oil and gas producer has an agreement with bondholders to eliminate about $400 million in debt from its balance sheet.
Prosecutors say it is the first criminal case to allege accounting fraud against city officials in connection with the sale of municipal bonds.