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Regulators are using a novel approach, arguing that harm to workers is enough to quash the $25 billion deal.
The unexpected stance appears to be an infrastructure-related exemption to regulators’ normally tough antitrust stance.
The US Consumer Product Safety Commission wants Amazon to assume liability for items sold by third-party vendors.
Regulators voted in new rules aimed at protecting investors considering investing in the nontraditional setup.
Lawmakers are considering a legal framework that will specifically help better compensate smaller artists.
Asset managers are already in a pricing war to see who can offer the most attractive spot bitcoin ETFs, whether the SEC approves or not.
After a lengthy process, the FTC and the DoJ recently released new guidelines for evaluating the legality of mergers and acquisitions.
New York City put the kibosh on Airbnb. Now, hotels prices are skyrocketing this holiday season amid soaring demand.
Following a Reuters investigation into parts failing on Tesla vehicles, Norway’s road regulator says it’s looking into Tesla’s suspensions.
UK’s top court ruled that AI programs cannot be named as an inventor of patents. Fair or not, humans sneer at the work of non-humans.
New York Attorney General Letitia James sued SiriusXM Radio on Wednesday for “trapping consumers in subscriptions.”
In a prime legal win for Amazon, the European Union’s top court ruled that it does not have to pay €250 million in alleged back taxes.
The European Union is preparing to levy a hefty fine against Apple and ban some of its App Store practices, according to Bloomberg.
Industry groups representing a coalition of hedge funds havefiled a lawsuit seeking to challenge short selling rules implemented by the SEC.
As the world of high finance ushers in an era of AI, the SEC has begun investigating how investment advisory firms use the technology.
Top bosses from eight major financial institutions appeared before a Senate committee to give their opinion on looming banking reforms.
Exxon’s $60 billion planned acquisition of Pioneer Natural Resources has attracted the attention of the Federal Trade Commission.
Meta on Thursday filed a lawsuit against the Federal Trade Commission arguing its in-house trials are unconstitutional.
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.