The European Commission hit Google with a record antitrust fine yesterday, but the future will bring new antitrust fights in tech.
Qualcomm’s chief executive, Steve Mollenkopf, needs Beijing’s regulatory approval to buy another chip maker, NXP. But a prolonged deal review by China is widely seen as retaliation for U.S. tariffs.
Anthem may save money simply by announcing its policy, even if it is never enforced.
The automaker became the No. 1 exporter of American-made cars, transforming Spartanburg. Now it weighs the impact of an escalation of the trade fight.
The City Council voted unanimously to significantly regulate Airbnb and its peers, taking aim at landlords renting apartments a few nights at a time.
At a West Wing briefing, a reporter from The Hill ceded the floor to an NBC correspondent as Sarah Huckabee Sanders tried to move things along.
A closely watched compensation number dropped in the second quarter. Is that a blip, or the start of a trend that could please Goldman’s shareholders?
A conservative lawyer chosen to head a federal agency has spent months bringing cases that could bankrupt public-employee unions in several states.
The TV operator said it would sell off two stations through an independent trust. It’s not clear if that will satisfy the Federal Communications Commission chairman’s concerns.
The tech billionaire had faced mounting criticism for calling the diver a pedophile after the man criticized Mr. Musk’s submarine.