A federal case in Manhattan involving what the authorities say was a long-running fraud sheds light on the untamed nature of the litigation-finance business.
Sporting events have long drawn exclusive parties. The red carpet has rolled out to other areas, including concerts, food festivals, art fairs and museums.
The Silicon Valley Community Foundation, whose wealthy donors include Mark Zuckerberg, Reed Hastings and Jack Dorsey, is facing scrutiny about the actions of its top two executives.
Every tool used to rate nursing homes is flawed, particularly the federal government’s. But online reviews by consumers can help alert families to shortcomings.
This year, we picked five college application essays about money to publish. College admissions officers admired their maturity, self-awareness and humanity.
In a staffwide memo, the C.E.O. also said the company’s top lobbyist will retire.
Tough jail sentences and the demises of shadow lenders are signs that Beijing is seeking to deal with a debt problem.
A California man is believed to have accessed sites for West Point’s Combating Terrorism Center and the New York City Comptroller’s Office, along with thousands of others.
A company catering to law enforcement and corrections officers has raised privacy concerns with a product that can locate almost anyone’s cellphone across the United States.
First there were reports of a secret marriage to a teenager. Then there were lawsuits, an indictment and a high-profile court case. Now there’s #MeToo.