The Commerce Department punishes the telecom firm with a seven-year denial of export privileges for violating a 2017 settlement agreement.
Robert Bertrand admits to making "a mistake" but a judge says he engaged in a “deliberate, sustained and thought-out campaign to defraud the…
The verdict in a trial over four secure communication patents is the latest twist in a longrunning battle between Apple and patent holder VirnetX.
The SEC says Longfin shareholders made more than $27 million in illicit proceeds after the company's "mini-IPO" in December 2017.
The startup's co-founders spun a "web of lies" to deceive investors into participating in its initial coin offering, according to an SEC lawsuit.
Laws apply only to humans, so damages caused by adjustments an AI system makes to itself are not covered under current law.
The rate at which workers are reporting misconduct is on the rise, but so are the instances of companies retaliating against those who report.
The new tax law disallows previously available deductions for settling government agency enforcements and sexual harassment claims.
The recent Supreme Court whistleblower ruling is a devastating blow to defenses against corporate fraud, says an architect of the SEC whistleblower…
Elizabeth Holmes agrees to give up control of Theranos to settle SEC charges that her promises to investors about its blood-testing technology were…