The new suits in New York, Maryland and Massachusetts link high-level company executives to the emissions-cheating scandal.
The lawsuit, which alleges shady sales-reporting practices, has led to an investigation by the Department of Justice and the SEC.
Big names, inappropriate work relationships, insanely high compensation, a noose...it's all here, and it's all really weird.
Families that lost loved ones from attacks committed by terrorist group Hamas are charging the social network for playing "an essential role" in their ability to operate.
Businessman Thomas Ross has no patent filings and is representing himself, but feels he "has a shot" in the case.
The settlement stems from a lawsuit over removal of support for Linux from the console in 2010.
Adding Uber could move the suit against the company's CEO toward arbitration, a desirable outcome for the ride-hailing company.
Amazon CEO says at Code Conference that the billionaire shouldn't be using his fortune "to fund a lawsuit to kill Gawker."
A jury sides with Google over nitty-gritty in Android code.
The complaint argues that gag orders are in violation of the Fourth Amendment.