After years of bickering, two agencies join to enforce antitrust laws.
Washington law offices made progress—especially compared to 2011.
More than a dozen small businesses in the cigar industry have come together to stub out proposed tobacco regulations and taxes in Washington, D.C.
Brent Snyder will be a top prosecutor in the U.S. Department of Justice's antitrust division, where he will oversee criminal enforcement efforts.
When retailers slash prices and offer doorbuster deals for a few hours on the day after Thanksgiving, bargain hunters get rowdy. OSHA has a few recommendations for keeping the Black Friday crowds and workers safe.
Word is getting around that the U.S. government is willing to pay big bucks for useful tips on corporate fraud, leading to an increase in international whistleblowing to the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Despite loosened trade sanctions against Iran following a historic nuclear deal with the country, U.S. companies will have few, if any, opportunities to cash in.
The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration's workplace limits for on-the-job exposure to dangerous chemicals aren't up to date, which could put workers—and companies—at risk.
Banks and credit unions are asking for more guidance—from regulators, that is.
The Common Sense Nutrition Disclosure Act aims to limit or eliminate upcoming U.S. Food and Drug Administration menu labeling rules for grocery stores, corner markets and pizzerias, winning rave reviews from the food industry.
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