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Pharmaceutical executive convictions overturned

The convictions of four former top executives of Insys Therapeutics, an Arizona-based pharmaceutical company which made the powerful opioid Subsys, have been partially overturned by a federal judge in Boston.

The Dallas Mavericks asked her to turn around a toxic culture

She's the first African-American woman to lead an NBA team and says she better not be the last. More than a year after being tapped as CEO of the embattled Dallas Mavericks, Cynthia Marshall says she has turned around the organization's culture and has greatly diversified its top ranks.

AT&T agrees to deal with activist shareholder

AT&T's truce with Elliott Management — avoiding a protracted fight with one of the world's most successful activist shareholders — sent the company's stock to a 52-week high on Monday.

Hong Kong chief executive defends police

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam on Saturday said the police have used "appropriate force of weapon" to respond to protesters in large-scale events and that the government will not tolerate any unlawful or violent acts, even by the police.