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Elon Musk wins back his $44.9 billion Tesla pay package in shareholder vote

Chancellor Kathaleen St. Jude McCormick ruled in January in a shareholder’s lawsuit that Musk essentially controlled the Tesla board when it ratified the package in 2018.

Facebook shareholders’ lawsuit over user data security heads to high court

The Supreme Court agreed to decide whether Facebook must face claims from shareholders whose stock lost $100 billion in value after the Cambridge Analytica scandal.

GameStop shares plunge even as meme stock booster ‘Roaring Kitty’ says company is on the right track

The New York Stock Exchange paused trading in GameStop more than 15 times by early afternoon Friday due to unusually high volatile trading in the stock.

Ex-CEO of sustainable aviation fuel company sentenced to 3 years in prison for embezzling company funds

Justice Department prosecutors described Bryan Sherbacow's embezzlement of nearly $6 million as one of the largest such cases in Washington in recent memory.

Google can’t escape class action claiming it collected, read private tax information

Google users from across the country showed they have a reasonable expectation to their tax information being kept private.

ConocoPhillips buying Marathon Oil for $17.1 billion in all-stock deal as energy prices rise

Several proposed mergers between energy companies could face pushback from the U.S. which, under the Biden administration, has stepped up antitrust reviews.