The Federal Trade Commission, the nation’s chief privacy watchdog, is weighing a penalty against Facebook.
Trump Role in Merger Reviews to Be Target of House Panel, Source Says
Trump’s choice to lead Judiciary comes with a track record that shows promoting more business-friendly approach to prosecutions.
The focus now shifts to securing approval from Federal Communications Commission and the Justice Department’s antitrust division.
Critics of the Sprint-T-Mobile deal say arrest of a top Huawei executive shows the Chinese company isn’t to be trusted.
U.S. Presses Ahead on Plan to Limit High-Tech Exports
AT&T Gets a Grilling on Time Warner Merger From Appeals Court
In AT&T Merger Appeal, U.S. Has a Message: We Told You So
CVS Ordered by U.S. Judge to Defend Consummation of Aetna Deal
FTC Chairman Simons has vowed to make privacy and data security an enforcement priority under his watch.
T-Mobile Tweaks Sprint Deal Rationale as Opponents See Problems
Korean Firms Rigged Fuel Supply Contracts to Military, U.S. Says
Sinclair, Tribune Settle Justice Department Probe Over Ad Sales
Trump Calls Out Comcast Antitrust Complaint by Cable Group
Trump's Acting AG Advised Firm Accused of Scamming Consumers
Qualcomm Dealt Setback in U.S. Case Alleging Abuse of Monopoly
China is the largest maker of semiconductors yet isn’t home to even one of top 10 producers of the crucial electronic components.
U.S. Increasing Espionage Enforcement Cases Against China, Official Says
Red Hat closed Monday at $169.63 despite IBM’s offer of $190. That represents a premium of about 12 percent.
Linde, Praxair Win U.S. Antitrust Nod to Create Gas Giant
Novartis Needs U.S. Security Nod for Endocyte Under New Rules