Sysco Corporation said Monday it will buy rival food distributor US Foods in a deal worth $8.2 billion once assumed debt is factored in. Also, SAC Capital Advisors has agreed to sell its SAC Re reins
Regulators released the massive rule barring banks from making short-term proprietary trades, while exempting certain activities including market-making, on Tuesday. Given the rule's scope and magnit
Sabire Wilson alleges she fled from a residential drug treatment program because she was forbidden to wear her wig and high-heels and was directed to use the men's rest room and share a room with men
Another month, another twist in the pretrial saga of Gigi Jordan. Last week, the defense, which had accused the initial lead prosecutor of wide-ranging misconduct, moved to recuse the new lead prosec
A program implemented earlier this year to speed up felony cases in the Bronx has slashed the borough's backlog of felonies pending for at least two years by more than half, according to data release
A federal judge has refused to dismiss civil rights claims over the wrongful shooting death of a disturbed 68-year-old man by police officers who responded to his apartment after receiving a call fro
Between 2003 and 2012, the percentage of black and Hispanic attorneys inched up by a mere 0.8 percent, and they now account for just 8.4 percent of attorneys in the country, according to the report,
After holding defendants in a property dispute in civil and criminal contempt, a Manhattan judge has ordered a bench warrant for the arrest of a defense attorney unless he delivers a "sincere apology
A divided state appeals panel has ordered a new trial for a man convicted of drunken driving, ruling that the trial judge should have admitted a hearsay statement from a 19-year-old woman without a d
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