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In 2016, the EU ordered Apple to pay the Irish government $14.4 billion to compensate for the alleged illegal state aid it had received.
Google will let Android users in Europe choose a different default search engine and it’s good news for privacy-focused DuckDuckGo
DuckDuckGo, an independent search engine, isn't necessarily grateful.
In an interview with Nikkei Asian Review on Wednesday, the Apple CEO denied that Apple had a monopoly in any sector.
EU Commissioner Margrethe Vestager doesn’t want to break up big tech companies like Google, Apple, Amazon and Facebook
She's worried that by chopping off one head, seven more will grow back, meaning that by breaking them up "you just have many more problems."
EU Commissioner Vestager slammed Mark Zuckerberg for allowing lies in political ads: That’s not democracy, it’s ‘manipulation’...
The EU's Margrethe Vestager had sharp words about Facebook's political ad policy.
Another day, another Facebook antitrust inquiry — this time, over Libra, its big play for cryptocurrency.
Apple lost out on around $98 million thanks to Spotify circumventing the App Store.
Spotify just painted a big target on Apple’s back, and the iPhone maker should worry if antitrust regulators start aiming at it
An antitrust investigation into Apple could lead to a big fine, hamper its business, and sully its reputation.
The largest ever bilateral trade deal kicks in on Friday, eliminating almost all tariffs between economies that make up about a third of global GDP.
The sale of passports to the super wealthy gives free reign to mobsters and money launderers, Europe warns
Some 20 EU countries, including the UK, Portugal and Spain, offer some level of residency to wealthy non-citizens in return for large investments.