Department of Justice
GE Calls off $3 Billion Sale of Appliance Unit
Antitrust regulators had sued to block the sale to Sweden's Electrolux, saying it would harm millions of consumers.
Feds Clarify New White-Collar Crime Policy
To earn cooperation credit, a 'corporation does need to produce all relevant facts,' said Deputy Attorney General Sally Quillian Yates.
Regulator Blasts SEC Waivers to Five Banks
SEC commissioner says there were "compelling reasons" to reject the waiver requests of banks convicted of rate-rigging.
The Anti-Bribery Business
As the enforcement of anti-bribery laws increases, there are risks that it may go too far.
Antitrust Issues Derail Another Merger
Applied Materials and Tokyo Electron decide to go their separate ways after concessions fail to appease Department of Justice.