Barclays Probed by U.K. Privacy Regulator for Snooping on Staff
Facebook Told by U.K. Watchdog to Monitor Giphy Independence
Why It Seems Like Everybody’s Getting a State Bailout
Google’s Fitbit Deal Gets EU Probe Targeting Online Ad Power
Alstom’s Bombardier Rail Takeover Wins Conditional EU Approval
Facebook Wins Temporary Halt to EU Antitrust Data Demands
Facebook is fighting EU investigators’ demands to turn over vast amounts of data that includes sensitive, irrelevant information.
M&A Probes Sputter as Virus Makes EU Deadlines Hard to Meet
Slack Takes on Rival Microsoft With Antitrust Complaint to EU
EU Fight to Regulate U.S. Tech Giants Expands Despite Court Loss
LSE Faces Potential Delay in EU Review of Refinitiv Deal
Vestager warns that voice assistants may offer less choice. Some 400 firms to be quizzed, EU to present results in 2021.
Apple Ruling Makes Silicon Valley’s Nightmare a Bit Less Scary
While the EU General Court’s ruling can still be appealed, judges delivered a stinging attack on the European Commission.
EU’s Vestager Says Apple Ruling Won’t Stop Tax State Aid Probes
Ireland and Romania Fined by EU Court Over Money-Laundering Law
Google Gets Record Belgian Privacy Fine Over ‘Right to Be Forgotten’
Electric Car Charging Probed as Germans Seek to Go Greener
Europe’s Failure to Tame Google’s Dominance Is a Lesson for U.S.
U.K. Asks Big Four Firms to Separate Auditing Units by June 2024
The takeover of fitness tracker Fitbit by Google should get close scrutiny from regulators, privacy and consumer groups said.