WASHINGTON The U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee's antitrust panel discussed ways to tighten antitrust laws on Thursday, with two Republicans on the Democrat-dominated panel indicating potential support for some changes.
WASHINGTON The U.S. Justice Department is expected to file a lawsuit against Alphabet's Google as soon as next week, kicking off a long legal slog over whether the online search and advertising company uses its outsized market power unfairly.
WASHINGTON U.S. President Donald Trump will meet on Wednesday with state attorneys general about removing a liability shield protecting social media companies while the Justice Department holds a call with state officials to discuss the investigation into Alphabet's Google .
WASHINGTON The U.S. Justice Department said on Friday it approved Anheuser-Busch's plan to buy the shares of Craft Brew Alliance that it does not already own.
WASHINGTON The top Democrats in Congress are not close to a deal with the White House to pump more money into the U.S. economy to ease the coronavirus' heavy toll, both sides said on Saturday, after an essential lifeline for millions of unemployed Americans expired.
WASHINGTON U.S. congressional Democratic leaders had a "productive" day of discussions with the White House on a coronavirus aid bill but are "not close yet" on a deal, U.S. Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer told reporters on Saturday.
WASHINGTON, Aug 1 U.S. congressional Democratic
leaders had a "productive" day of discussions with the White
House on a coronavirus aid bill but are "not close yet" on a
deal, U.S. Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer told reporters
(Reporting by Jan Wolfe; editing by Diane Craft)
WASHINGTON Google and Facebook took particularly sharp jabs for alleged abuse of their market power from Democrats and Republicans on Wednesday in a much-anticipated congressional hearing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WBFDQvIrWYM&feature=emb_logo that put four of America's most prominent tech CEOs in the hot seat. | Video
WASHINGTON Senators Richard Blumenthal, a Democrat, and Josh Hawley, a Republican, wrote to the U.S. Justice Department on Thursday to urge a probe of video technology company Zoom and Chinese-owned social media company TikTok.