The police describe Venus Williams as being 'at fault' in the incident though it's still being investigated
The son of NBA Hall of Famer Moses Malone claims in the suit that Harden paid $20,000 to have him beaten up
Matthias Mueller and others allegedly delayed telling Porsche SE shareholders of the financial consequences of the software manipulation by Volkswagen AG
Officials from United Airlines also face a tough hearing by a city council in Chicago, where they admit the airline did not overbook
Harassment cases are abuses in a different form, says the Gabriela Women's Party
Oculus founder Palmer Luckey is ordered to pay $50 million of the $500 million award, while another former Oculus executive, Brendan Iribe, is set to pay $150 million
Mark Zuckerberg's testimony says Facebook actually paid $3 billion in total – $700 million of which was used to retain key Oculus employees with an additional $300 million as a bonus for hitting milestones
The lawsuit claims the company's licensing terms greatly reduces phone makers' ability to choose competing chip suppliers
Snapchat says all of it is made up by a 'disgruntled former employee'
The lawsuit claims that Apple products have been using Nokia technologies without the proper licenses
Hans Dieter Poetsch is now under investigation over his previous role as Volkswagen's chief financial officer
A judge denies the Knicks guard's request for a mistrial in a $21.5 million lawsuit stemming from a 2013 incident
The woman who filed a $21.5 million lawsuit against the New York Knicks guard takes the stand and offers her side of events
Stefan Knirsch allegedly knew that Audi's 3.0-liter diesel engines had cheating software even before the scandal erupted
The European Commission says Volkswagen has promised that all cars across the bloc will be fixed by autumn 2017
James Liang helped develop the diesel engines equipped with 'defeat devices' for some 500,000 Volkswagen cars sold in the United States
'Volkswagen engaged in multiple breaches of the Australian consumer law,' says ACCC Chairman Rod Sims
'I am sorry for the situation and we will do everything, faithfully, to cooperate with the prosecutor,' CEO Johannes Thammer is quoted as saying
Ed Sheeran is sued by the heirs of Ed Townsend, who co-wrote Marvin Gaye's 'Let's Get It On'
The South Korean Environment Ministry also hands down a fine of $16 million against the German carmaker
Kesha, however, continues to pursue her appeals in New York
The carmaker's earnings in the second quarter of 2016 are weighed down by costs related to the diesel emissions cheating scandal
US District Judge Charles Breyer praises the 'enormous effort' to settle the scandal and sets an October 18 deadline for final approval of the deal
Current Volkswagen CEO Matthias Mueller and his predecessor Martin Winterkorn are accused of being aware early on about the so-called 'dieselgate' scandal
The California Air Resources Board says the carmaker's proposed measures are 'substantially deficient' and do not meet legal requirements
To get out of bankruptcy, 50 Cent is allowed by a court to pay some $23.4 million to creditors over 5 years
Thomas Ross is seeking billions of dollars in damages from Apple, saying that the tech giant 'hijacked and exploited' his 1992 design
(UPDATED) 'While this announcement is an important step forward, let me be clear, it is by no means the last,' says US Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates
'Suge' Knight, who survived gunshot wounds to the abdomen, chest, and left forearm, says Chris Brown didn't hire enough security
Analysts say Prime Minister Najib Razak's move could be a sign that a snap election might come in 2017
(UPDATED) 'This misconduct goes against everything that Volkswagen stands for,' says Matthias Mueller as he faces angry shareholders
'It's clear even today that treating exhaust gas fumes will become very costly and elaborate,' says Volkswagen chief Matthias Mueller
A San Francisco district court gives the German carmaker until June 28 to present its plan to compensate US car owners
Investigators believe the staffer told colleagues to 'get rid of data' connected to the cheating scandal
(UPDATED) The families blame the airline for the tragedy, saying it 'dispatched and executed the MH17 flight over an area known to be under armed conflict'
(UPDATED) The German carmaker's net profit plunges by 20.1% in the first quarter of 2016, but it is satisfied with its performance 'in view of the many challenges' it is facing
Skrillex is also named in the lawsuit, filed by indie artist White Hinterland
The lawsuit claims that 'Samsung and its affiliates have earned billions of dollars by selling [mobile] products that use Huawei's technology'
The singer sues her former manager Jonathan Schwartz for stealing money without her knowledge from 2010 to 2014
'We believe Visa's position creates unacceptable risk to customers,' says the US retail giant
(UPDATED) The civil suit calls on the co-owners of the Samarco mine dam to 'completely' compensate for the November 2015 disaster
The woman accuses the coffee giant of defrauding customers by putting too much ice in its beverages, but Starbucks calls the lawsuit 'frivolous'
Bonuses for executives of the German carmaker usually reach millions of euros a year
The scandal surrounding Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak deepens further as another country begins an investigation
Part of the money was reportedly spent at a Chanel store in Honolulu in December 2013
(UPDATED) Volkswagen Group of America says its priority is to 'find a solution to the diesel emissions matter and earn back the trust of our customers and dealers'
A coalition led by former premier Mahathir Mohamad is seeking one million signatures for a petition demanding Najib Razak's ouster
Former leader Mahathir Mohamad accuses current premier Najib Razak of corruption and abuse of power
They say the carmaker knew about the irregularities long before the scandal broke and should have informed them way back