Toys win in court
The Internet’s moorings are detaching from America.
Google is seeking to end a three-year old investigation by the European Commission
The cash is part of a total government allocation of 250 million pounds for the next two years to help companies pay for indirect costs relating to carbon policies
Google, Facebook and other U.S. technology companies have been given a wake-up call with moves by Europe to impose stricter rules on data protection
Under U.S. antitrust precedent Google’s systematic search tying behavior to Google-owned content is not necessarily viewed as anti-competitive.
Why bother with a U.S.-EU trade deal if it’s rushed through riddled with exceptions?
The European telecom companies are having a very rough go of it, with the harsh regulatory climate making them much less valuable.
The EU’s broadband industrial policy depends on government funding to succeed.
Do Not Track is a browser feature that signals whether a user wants online advertisers and websites to track his or her movements.
Europeans are losing confidence in the currency union, the central bank and the EU itself
Alumina called on Google to propose the solutions to the concerns quickly or face formal antitrust investigation and charges.
EU makes contingency plan for Greek euro exit
Bank of Spain looks to rescue Bankia - TheDCNF
The Bank of Spain announced that it is looking rescue Bankia SA by taking a controlling share, according to the Wall Street Journal. The move would convert the 4.5 billion euros of bailout funds from the Spanish government to common shares, giving Spanish authorities control of Bankia’s parent company, Banco Financiero y de Ahorros SA […]
Airbus is being subjected to ‘retaliation measures’ by Beijing
SCOTT CLELAND: EU Filling FTC Void of Google Law Enforcement - TheDC Opinion
The evidence is mounting that the European Union is stepping in to fill the void of FTC law enforcement concerning Google.
White House follows EU’s lead with new Internet ‘rules of the road’ | Obama administration proposal ‘mimics’ policy ideas being put forth in Europe
Google privacy changes ‘in breach of EU law’
Agency says Google’s policy too difficult to understand ‘even for trained privacy professionals’
Warren Buffet announced that Berkshire Hathaway has lined up a successor to lead the company