The federal lawsuit claims Kevin Costner and a business partner duped Stephen Baldwin out of an $18 million deal for BP to buy oil-separating centrifuges.
The lawsuit alleged the men were removing equipment from a grain bin in April 2010 at the ConAgra-owned site in Chester when it exploded into flames.
A man's widow and daughter sued Philip Morris, R.J. Reynolds, Lorillard and Liggett, blaming his death on an unbreakable cigarette habit.
Oracle received another setback as a judge undermined a central part of the company's multimillion dollar case against Google over its Android software.
Google accuses them of illegally feeding mobile patents to a technology troll scavenging for billions of dollars in licensing fees.
The $100M agreement could help reimburse nearly 2,000 community water systems that had to filter their water of Syngenta's agricultural herbicides.
The lawsuit claims ethanol emissions produced by making booze has caused a black, soot-like growth to bloom on cars and houses.
Federal regulators will now try to determine if the imports from South Korea, which are subsidized but their government, threaten the U.S. appliance industry.
A series of new lawsuits nationwide claim Tropicana's juice is so heavily processed it shouldn't be called "natural" by FDA standards.
Federal prosecutors in Mississippi have dropped criminal cases against five aerospace engineers who had been accused of stealing trade secrets.
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan claims that oil, gasoline and other toxins were allowed to spread beyond WRB Refining's property.
Michael Woodford was fired in October after he blew the whistle on a cover-up of $1.5 billion in investment losses dating back to the 1990s.
Nearly two dozen trailer makers agreed last month to pay a total of $14.8 million to resolve claims over elevated formaldehyde levels following hurricane Katrina.
Swiss chemicals maker says it is offering $105 million to settle a U.S. lawsuit over one of its herbicides entering water supplies.
Federal jury ruled that Google didn't infringe on Oracle's patents when the Internet search leader developed its popular Android software for mobile devices.
Doctors given new access to the proprietary chemical recipes that oil and gas drillers use to crack into Ohio shale would be prohibited from sharing the information with the public under an energy proposal moving through the Ohio House.
More than 160 people say they are suffering from memory loss and internal bleeding after working as guards or managers at a penitentiary in the Florida Panhandle.
Qiang "Johnson" Hu, of MKS Instruments Inc., is accused of equipment into China that can be used to enrich and produce weapons-grade uranium.
At issue is the practice of paying meat-processing workers based on so-called gang time, which counts only the time the production line is running.
Markos Baghdasarian, the president of Delfin Group USA, is accused of lying to agents about his practice of secretly exporting motor oils.
CubbyTees.com created a green shirt that says "My Jesus" in a design that resembles the Jets' logo, which lawyers say is illegal.
Judge has recused herself from the criminal case against a former BP engineer charged with deleting text messages about BP's response to the 2010 oil spill.
Judge cited the confident voice of Steve Jobs as she refused to toss out lawsuits alleging Apple and various publishers conspired to drive up the price of e-books.
Court will hear an appeal from a group of people who say that a $42 million judgment awarded to them from their one-time attorneys should be reinstated.