April 8 (Reuters) - A U.S. jury ordered Takeda Pharmaceutical Co Ltd to pay $6 billion in punitive damages and Eli Lilly and Co to pay $3 billion in a case claiming that cancer risks to the diabetes drug
Hamdi Ulukaya, the founder and CEO of Chobani, allegedly bribed a former employee at Fage to reveal the rival's recipe for Greek yogurt, according to Ulukaya's ex-wife. A recent court filing obtained The
Federal agents investigating high-frequency traders as new book reveals high-tech trading tactics they use to make huge profits The FBI is investigating whether “high-frequency trading” firms are committing
Hobby Lobby doesn’t want to cover its employees’ morning after pills. Chick-fil-A backs “traditional marriage” as opposed to the same-sex variety. Then there are Forever 21 and In-N-Out Burger, which Bible
And a tax repatriation holiday is no way to get them to bring it all back home. There's a lot of cash on the sidelines, but those sidelines aren't in the U.S. They're overseas—in tax shelters. According
Caterpillar sidestepped $2.4 billion in U.S. taxes over 13 years by shifting profits to Switzerland, claims a report by the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigation. Senator Carl Levin (D-MI) grilled
You’ve heard it a thousand times: Happy customers translate into repeat business. For small businesses, truer words were never spoken. So why do some business owners view customer service as an unnecessary
Despite the economic slowdown in India over the past couple of years, the country's middle class has expanded. And to impress their friends, more and more of them are getting professionals to help decorate
Stan Chudnovsky might have a classic Silicon Valley story, but he’s anything but a typical tech exec. Chudnovsky landed at San Francisco International from his home in Moscow in 1994 with $20 in his pocket.
Offering a rare interview in the run-up to another legal fray between Samsung and Apple, the senior engineer behind the iPhone has explained where it all started, part of Apple's plan to communicate how
Investment drives China’s economy. And housing fuels a large share of that investment, contributing 33% of fixed-asset investment, says Zhang Zhiwei, an economist at Nomura—and, consequently, 16% of GDP.
In recent years, the Peoria, Illinois-based company has called the 178 independently owned businesses that distribute its earth-moving products worldwide everything from "a critical competitive differentiator"