Facebook is under scrutiny by EU’s antitrust regulators who want details on whether it uses its size to squeeze smaller rivals.
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Facebook failed to fend off a lawsuit over a data breach that affected nearly 30 million users.
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Allowing the Tata Steel-Thyssenkrupp merger deal to proceed would have reduced suppliers and increased prices for steel, EU says.
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Citigroup, Royal Bank of Scotland, and JPMorgan Chase are among five banks that agreed to pay EU fines worth 1.07 billion euros.
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Facebook's U.S. Fine May Be Great Investment, EU Economist Warns
Apple, Google and Facebook Inc. all base their European operations in Ireland, which has a low basic corporate tax rate.