AT&T reportedly feels confident its merger with Time Warner will be approved under the Donald Trump administration.
The European Commission is reportedly about to file charges against the tech giant after investigating Google’s practice of forcing operators and manufacturers to preload its own apps on Android devices.
Obama’s Latest Executive Order Designed To Break Up Monopolies And Boost Market Competition, Starting With Cable Boxes
The White House announced guidelines directing all federal agencies to prioritize more market competition. Here’s why that matters.
Safe Harbor 2.0: Confusion Reigns As US, EU Send Mixed Messages Over ‘Privacy Shield’ Data-Sharing Rules
A new data agreement between the U.S. and the European Union has been hailed as the replacement for Safe Harbor — but companies are unsure.
Office supply retailer Staples had offered to divest up to $1.25 billion of commercial contracts.
The proposed merger between Staples and Office Depot could be challenged by antitrust regulators again as a December deadline for approval looms.
Google bundling its products with Android is reminiscent of Microsoft offering its Internet Explorer with Windows software.
Union Petition At Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Decries "Abusive And Predatory" Practices Of Fast Food Franchisers
The Service Employees International Union is calling for an Federal Trade Commission investigation into the franchise model.
The agency says it will hire more tech-savvy employees to keep an eye on emerging technologies.
Even if a competitor provided better information, Google would often place its services higher on the search results page.
The Federal Trade Commission's latest report on consumer complaints warns of IRS imposters out for your money.
Trouble in the brave new world of the smart home: It could be hacked.
The FTC, for the first time, fined an online dating service for using fake profiles to lure members to paid premium service.
The group is also asking Facebook to make the News Feed algorithm public.
Probes into the massive data breach will likely focus on the lack of encryption to protect critical customer information.
The U.S. DOJ and FTC examined the deal to make sure it cleared antitrust laws, but there was little doubt it would be approved.
FTC Sues 'Jerk': Napster Co-Founder Accused Of Illegally Harvesting Facebook Data, Misleading Customers
The Federal Trade Commission suit against John Fanning and Jerk.com alleges the website lied about where their profiles came from.
Apple, FTC Reach $32.5 Million Settlement To Refund Parents Of Unauthorized In-App Purchases Made By Kids
Apple will pay $32.5 million to parents whose children used a 15-minute unlimited spending window to make parent-unapproved purchases.
Spying Flashlight App: FTC Accuses 'Brightest Flashlight' For Android Secretly Delivering User Information To Advertisers
These days, even something as simple as a flashlight function on your smartphone is secretly collecting data.
Samsung Caught Astroturfing: Taiwanese FTC Fines Galaxy S4 Maker $340,000 For Fake Negative Reviews Of HTC Products
Taiwan's FTC found that Samsung organized an Internet campaign that paid for negative online reviews of HTC products while praising Samsung products.
The FTC will investigate Google for its $1 billion acquisition of traffic and navigation app Waze.
In a contest to generate ideas to combat robocalling, Google won special recognition by the FTC for its crowd-sourced solution.
Apple has proposed a settlement to a 2011 case alleging that it inform its customers of the financial risks involved in unregulated in-app purchases.
Four Loko Ban May Be Lifted After FTC Sets New Rules For Marketing, Phusion Projects To Add 'Alcohol Facts' Label To Controversial Can [PHOTO]
The Federal Trade Commission Tuesday announced new rules for the marketing of Four Loko caffeinated malt beverages
Google, the No. 1 search engine, is expected to report that its earnings and revenue juggernaut kept rolling through the fourth quarter.
Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Google (NASDAQ: GOOG), arrived in North Korea with former U.N. Ambassador Bill Richardson.
Google Inc. got a New Year's gift when the Federal Trade Commission dropped its probe into anti-competitive practices, using a new rationale.
Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) settled charges with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission by agreeing to changes in search and patent rights.
Google is likely to settle charges with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission Thursday.