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Exxon’s $60 billion planned acquisition of Pioneer Natural Resources has attracted the attention of the Federal Trade Commission.
The number of lobbyists for fossil fuel interests who registered for this year’s COP conference totaled at least 2,456.
Meta on Thursday filed a lawsuit against the Federal Trade Commission arguing its in-house trials are unconstitutional.
She can beat Biden, but first she has to neutralize Trump.
The Ukrainian government struck a deal with insurers on Wednesday to provide affordable insurance to ships carrying grain out of the country.
It’s not every day that you wake up to headlines about one of the nation’s most staid-and-storied institutions – really, the cornerstone upon…
With so much amiss between the U.S. and China (the pandemic, the “balloon incident,” China’s opposing views on the Ukraine-Russia and Israel-Gaza…
Alabama Republican Rep. Mike Johnson, in the first big test of his leadership as House Speaker, led the charge to push through an extremely unique…
The annual US National Climate Assessment included an economic impact assessment for the first time, and it’s not pretty.
The UK plans to press ahead with a carbon border adjustment mechanism, or levies on goods from countries with weaker climate regulations.
Meta, Google, and TikTok successfully argued that individual European countries can’t cook up their own laws for large digital platforms.
Earlier this year, the town of Easthampton, Mass., made international headlines over an executive search for a new superintendent.
Amazon, at the behest of its billionaire founder, intentionally packed its search results pages with junk ads, the FTC alleges.
Financial exchange startup Kalshi has sued the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, arguing that the regulator overstepped its authority.
Another month, another potential government shutdown. The U.S. House of Representatives did manage to briefly overcome its deep divisions long enough to…
Beijing plans to establish a Central Financial Commission, which will act as a watchdog for the country’s $61 trillion financial sector.
The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority said Tuesday that it’s ending a cap on bonuses for bankers that’s been in place since 2014.
Japan’s strict taxi rules have historically made it impossible for ride-hailing companies like Uber to crack the Land of the Rising Sun.
Discussions among countries broke down during their fourth round of talks about a pivotal green initiative from the United Nations.
Chinese President Xi Jinping held a summit this week in Beijing touting his signature diplomatic initiative: the Belt and Road Initiative.