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Biden's Treasury pick — Privacy concerns for on-demand pay — Legal-tech deals

Former employees at powerhouse law firm Jones Day claim there is a 'boys' club' culture and sexual discrimination

Jeffrey Toobin fired from The New Yorker after exposing himself during a Zoom call with coworkers

The New Yorker reportedly suspends Jeffrey Toobin for exposing himself during a Zoom call with coworkers

Morgan Stanley's bond-trading bonanza — Payments tech salaries — Fannie Mae shakeup

Americans are trying to cash in on 'QAnon' in a race to trademark the conspiracy theory's slogans

Wall Street rising stars — SPAC power players — KPMG layoffs

Private-equity recruiting backs off — Barclays trading rout — Alts gatekeepers

Big Law career guide: The latest news on pay, hiring, and hot practice areas

Uber is handing passenger and driver data to the British police

Apple and Epic Games are mired in a bitter legal battle, and 'Fortnite' is in the middle of it. Here's how Apple found itself in Epic's crosshairs.

Before Apple yanked 'Fortnite' from the App Store, Epic asked Apple to put its own digital game store on iPhones and iPads

Microsoft just joined Epic Games’ fight against Apple, with an Xbox leader arguing that banning the ‘Fortnite’ maker would hurt gamers and video game creators

Read the emails Epic's CEO sent Apple execs that set up the legal battle over 'Fortnite' being yanked from the App Store

Apple digs in on App Store battle with 'Fortnite' creator Epic Games: 'We won't make an exception for Epic'

The creator of 'Fortnite' says that Apple is threatening to revoke its ability to make iOS and Mac apps, and warns that it could cause big problems for other developers

Doubling down on diversity can help law firms land big clients like Microsoft. Industry experts give two key steps to making firms more inclusive.

Nike is denying involvement with the sudden deletion of 'Black at Nike,' an Instagram page alleging racism at the company

Google filed a motion to dismiss a New Mexico lawsuit that says the company's educational tools broke children's privacy laws

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