EU raids banks over attempts to block financial tech rivals
Officials are worried that banks are denying access to your account info.
Google will reportedly separate shopping service after antitrust fine (updated)
The internet titan wants to symbolically separate its ad income from the ads atop search results.
Google appeals $2.4 billion EU antitrust fine
But it hasn’t requested the decision be suspended.
Intel escapes €1.06bn antitrust fine... for the time being
In a victory for Silicon Valley, the case is set to be re-examined.
EU fines Google a record $2.7 billion for abusing product searches
The search giant has been found guilty of manipulating results to promote its own products.
Amazon will no longer strong arm ebook publishers in Europe
The European Commission forced Amazon to drop clauses that may have given the retailer an unfair advantage.
Russia's main search engine defeats Google in antitrust complaint (updated)
Soon, Google will offer a choice of search providers on the Android widget.
EU tool lets whistleblowers report anti-competitive companies
The next big antitrust investigation could be tipped anonymously by a disgruntled employee.
Russia finds Apple guilty of fixing iPhone prices
The company could face a fine for its alleged behavior.