A woman accused of murdering the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said she and her alleged accomplice were duped by North Korean handlers into smearing a lethal nerve agent on the victim’s face.
Latham & Watkins, the country’s highest-grossing law firm, said Chairman William Voge is retiring from the firm after engaging in communications of a sexual nature with a woman unaffiliated with the firm.
The White House is preparing to crack down on what it says are improper Chinese trade practices by making it significantly more difficult for Chinese firms to acquire advanced U.S. technology or invest in American companies.
When Spotify’s shares begin trading April 3, less than one-third of them will be available for sale, a move designed in part to prevent a deluge of shares from instantly hitting the market in the streaming service’s unusual initial public offering.
A Facebook shareholder is suing the company for allegedly misleading investors. The suit is seeking class action status.
The investor claims that since Facebook did not inform shareholders about the Cambridge Analytica data scandal, the company omitted fa
Facebook’s loose approach to policing how app creators and others deployed its user data persisted for years, including after a 2015 effort by the social network to restrict access, according to court records and people familiar with the social-media gi
Senate lawmakers pressed regulators and automotive executives on lagging repairs of rupture-prone air bags, bemoaning the pace of an unprecedented recall of devices linked to numerous deaths and injuries.