The Canadian government has agreed to pay a nearly $1 billion settlement to members of the Armed Forces and Department of National Defense who allege widespread sexual misconduct.
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Attorneys for one of Harvey Weinstein's alleged sexual misconduct victims say they will do everything in their power to oppose a tentative $44 million settlement agreed to in May by attorneys representing claims against Weinstein, his company and former associates.
Yosemite National Park's great Ahwahnee Hotel has its name back.
A teacher fired from an Indianapolis Catholic school in June for being in a same-sex marriage has reached a settlement with the school.
Rupert Murdoch's News Group Newspapers has agreed to pay Heather Mills and her sister a "substantial" settlement over claims stemming from a decade-old phone hacking scandal.
Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos' divorce settlement is expected any day now.
Opioid manufacturer Insys Therapeutics agreed to pay $225 million to settle federal civil and criminal investigations after illegally marketing the drug to doctors and nurses, federal officials said Wednesday.
JPMorgan Chase on Thursday agreed to pay $5 million to settle a discrimination case related to its parental leave policy for fathers.
Teva Pharmaceuticals, one of the biggest makers of generic drugs, has agreed to pay $85 million to settle a lawsuit brought by the Oklahoma attorney general over allegations that the company contributed to the state's opioid painkiller epidemic.
Actress Ashley Judd will not be part of Harvey Weinstein's $44 million settlement over his alleged sexual misconduct. She says she'll see him in court.
Attorneys representing claims against Harvey Weinstein, his company and former associates have reached a $44 million settlement to resolve civil lawsuits over his alleged sexual misconduct.
MGM Resorts thinks it could pay as much as $800 million for lawsuits related to the 2017 massacre in Las Vegas, though it's not clear when or if settlements will be reached.
Wall Street is betting the worst may finally be over for General Electric.
Fiat Chrysler will pay about $800 million to settle charges that its diesel vehicles sold in the United States had improper software that allowed it to violate emissions rules.