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Another day, another Facebook antitrust inquiry — this time, over Libra, its big play for cryptocurrency.
Apple lost out on around $98 million thanks to Spotify circumventing the App Store.
Spotify just painted a big target on Apple’s back, and the iPhone maker should worry if antitrust regulators start aiming at it
An antitrust investigation into Apple could lead to a big fine, hamper its business, and sully its reputation.
The largest ever bilateral trade deal kicks in on Friday, eliminating almost all tariffs between economies that make up about a third of global GDP.
The sale of passports to the super wealthy gives free reign to mobsters and money launderers, Europe warns
Some 20 EU countries, including the UK, Portugal and Spain, offer some level of residency to wealthy non-citizens in return for large investments.
The move highlights that protectionism is spreading and Donald Trump's trade war with China is entrenching itself into the global economy.
The path is no set for the opening of the EU's so-called Excessive Deficit Procedure — which has the power to fine countries within the Eurozone.
Nightmarish fragmentation and expensive phones: Here’s how Google’s big Android changes could play out
Google's alterations to Android are yet to play out but, depending on what phone makers like Samsung decide to do, it could lead to higher phone prices inside Europe and worsen the operating system's fragmentation problems.
Google was fined €4.3 billion ($5 billion) in July by the EU antitrust watchdog over its Android monopoly. The EU gave Google 90 days to get its house in order or else face fines of over $15 million for each day it fails to comply. Google is now implementing changes to comply with the decision.
Google has submitted an appeal to the EU refuting the €4.3 billion ($5 billion) fine it received for abusing the dominance of its Android operating system. Google is following through on its promise to appeal when the fine was imposed in July.