The class action alleged the retirement plan provider charged participants $40 million in "bloated and superfluous" fees.
Investors backed Williams' board, which is appealing a judge's ruling that Energy Transfer can walk away from the deal.
The company founded by legendary hotelier John Q. Hammons says the bankruptcy is a strategic response to the litigation with an investor.
Texas oilman Chris Faulkner allegedly spent at least $30 million in investor funds on a “lifestyle of decadence and debauchery.”
The medical device maker will pay $15 million to settle SEC charges that a Danish subsidiary "allowed itself to be used as a slush fund."
The California-based adviser lied about being a CPA and funneled $33 million to a struggling online ticket business.
The U.S. Supreme Court dismissed a lawsuit filed by the European Union that claimed Reynolds American engaged in a pattern of racketeering activity.
The disclosure of the legal costs arrangement follows Sumner Redstone's move to oust five board members including CEO Philippe Dauman.
The retailer says in an antitrust suit that Visa and MasterCard are trying to block the use of PINs to verify chip-card transactions.
The South Korean conglomerate is reportedly the target of a bribery investigation that led to a raid on its headquarters last week.