Colony Capital founder Tom Barrack Jr. can work again after a judge agreed to ease restrictions on his movement and financial dealings.
Tom Barrack pleaded not guilty to charges that he illegally lobbied the government on behalf of the UAE and lied to investigators about it.
Colony Capital founder Tom Barrack Jr. was arrested on charges of acting as an unregistered agent of a foreign government.
The former finance chief of the now-defunct Abraaj Group was handed a $1.7 million fine by the Dubai Financial Services Authority.
Puerto Rico's financial oversight board struck a deal with the main group of its unsecured creditors, moving debt restructuring a step closer.
Shares of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac cratered after the Supreme Court ruled the Federal Housing Finance Agency did not exceed its authority.
Citadel Securities reached a settlement in a lawsuit with a British hedge fund manager over the attempted hiring of a senior trader.
Leon Black defamed a woman by calling their relationship a "consensual affair" and claiming she'd extorted money from him, a lawsuit says.
After successfully recouping more than $3 billion from Goldman Sachs and other firms, Malaysia's 1MDB is casting a wider net.
In an argument set for March 29, Goldman Sachs will urge the court to put new limits on class-action shareholder suits.
Greensill Capital filed for administration in the U.K., capping a stunning collapse for the company after key backers walked away.
Golub Capital is asking a judge to block a deal that would result in part owner Dyal merging with an arch rival to form Blue Owl.
Former TPG Capital executive Bill McGlashan is the latest parent to plead guilty in the U.S. college admissions scandal.
A Citadel Securities lawyer urged a London court to bar hedge fund GSA Capital from using a secret algorithm at the center of a lawsuit.
Goldman Sachs has reached a long-awaited pact with the U.S. Department of Justice to pay more than $2 billion for its role in Malaysia's 1MDB scandal.