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FTC Chairman Joe Simons.

The FTC confirmed Facebook isn’t the only tech company it’s investigating

Apart from Facebook, the FTC isn't disclosing yet which tech companies it's investigating for potential antitrust violations.

Long before Ken Fisher’s sexist comments cost his firm billions, his operation was under fire for aggressive sales tactics

Fisher Investments has seen major clients such as Goldman Sachs and Fidelity withdrawal a total of $2.7 billion in recent weeks.

Elizabeth Warren is urging the FTC to investigate Amazon over concerns that it played a role in the massive Capital One data breach that affected 100 ...

Amazon should be investigated over its possible ties to the Capital One data breach from July, write senators Elizabeth Warren and Ron Wyden.
Sunday Riley is a skin-care brand known for its cult-favorite products.

Sunday Riley won’t be punished for asking employees to post fake reviews of its skin-care products, but a new settlement is forcing the brand no...

Sunday Riley will not be required to make any payments to the Federal Trade Commission or notify its customers of the settlement.
Amazon's annual toy guide.

Toy brands are reportedly paying Amazon millions of dollars for the chance to be featured in its annual holiday gift guide

For this year's gift guide, Amazon aimed to net $20 million in sponsorships, accord to a new report from Bloomberg.

Tinder owner Match Group nosedives on FTC lawsuit alleging fake love-interest ads

The agency also accused Match of unfairly exposing customers to risk of fraud, and issuing "false promises of 'guarantees'" for subscribers.
Lord Voldemort is the bad guy in the "Harry Potter" books and movies.

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.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.

Amazon denies a report that it altered its search algorithms to favor its own products

Amazon has denied a report that it made changes to its product-search algorithm to give top billing to its own brands late last year.

A brewing FTC antitrust investigation into Amazon is looking more and more serious

Government officials have been asking small businesses how much of their revenue Amazon sales make up, three merchants told Bloomberg.

Google’s $170 million FTC settlement looks tiny, but the deal signals Silicon Valley’s urgent kids’ problem

Google's $170 million settlement with FTC regulators may look like a pittance but, critics say, it's actually a big step towards making the internet safer for kids.