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Bill Gates blames anti-trust lawsuit for Microsoft’s big miss on mobile: ‘Instead of using Android today, you would be using Windows Mobil...
Microsoft cofounder and former CEO Bill Gates thinks Microsoft lost on mobile because the US government sued his company.
Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield says that Microsoft has been ‘surprisingly unsportsmanlike’ as a competitor
Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield addressed competition from Microsoft Teams, saying he thinks it sees Slack as "an existential threat."
Elizabeth Warren rips into Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg on Twitter, saying the company’s apps should be split up so they ‘outdo each other...
Sen. Elizabeth Warren has argued that Facebook is in violation of antitrust laws, and should be broken up to encourage competition in the market.
Apple is fighting an antitrust complaint in the EU from music-streaming service Spotify, who claim it uses the App Store to disadvantage developers.
Mark Zuckerberg says he’s ready to ‘go to the mat’ with federal regulators over threats to break up Facebook
"If someone's going to try to threaten something that existential, you go to the mat and you fight," Zuckerberg said in leaked audio from July.
Facebook’s copycat behavior was reportedly tracked by Snapchat in a dossier called ‘Project Voldemort’ — and Snap may have giv...
Amid its ongoing investigation into Facebook's behavior, the Federal Trade Commission is working with Snap and other Facebook rivals.
Don’t break up Big Tech, says Bill Gates. The world’s second-richest man says regulation is the way forward — and he’s speakin...
Gates discussed the responsibilities of tech companies amid a slew of antitrust probes into Amazon, Facebook, Google, and Apple.
As antitrust probes are heating up against Google, business owners are speaking out against the tech giant’s ad practices that forces them to bi...
One company taking issue with the Google ads practice is Edible Arrangements, which has sued the tech giant for trademark violations and theft.
California and Alabama are the only two states that aren’t participating in the giant antitrust investigation of Google, and neither is really s...
Every other US state, as well as Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia, is taking part in the inquiry.
50 state attorneys general have launched a formal probe into whether Google has engaged in anticompetitive practices in its ads business
The probe, announced on Monday from the steps of the Supreme Court in Washington, DC, is being led by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton.