FTC worried about Musk’s firings
Worried he might not have enough staff left to protected data
Supreme Twit Elon [Look at me] Musk’s HR policy, which appears to involve firing everyone he sees, has fallen foul of the FTC.
Microsoft says that FTC is blocking its constitutional rights
Forming monopolies is the American way
Software king of the world Microsoft claims that its bid to buy Activision Blizzard is as much a constitutional right as owning guns.
Amazon faces anti-trust investigation
Robot take-over take down
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is investigating Amazon’s plans to acquire robot vacuum maker iRobot and the 1Life healthcare company behind One Medical.
FTC is not that keen on Musk’s Twitter deal
The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) says it is reviewing Tesla boss Elon [look at me] Musk's $44 billion takeover of Twitter.
Samsung sells parts and tools to punters
Repair your own S20 and Galaxy S21 phones
Starting this summer, Samsung says it will sell genuine parts and tools to customers needed to repair its Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S21 smartphones, along with its Galaxy Tab S7+ tablet.
FTC investigating Vole's purchase of Activision Blizzard
The FTC said it is going to have a look at Microsoft's $68.7 billion acquisition of "Call of Duty" maker Activision Blizzard.
FTC refiles monopoly claim against Facebook
Trying to revive a dismissed case
US antitrust officials refiled their monopoly lawsuit against social notworking giant Facebook, seeking to salvage the landmark case a judge threw out in June.
FTC did not appeal against Qualcomm to the Supreme Court
Decided not to pursuit
The four year legal battle is over. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has decided not to appeal the 9th Circuit's decision, against the claim that Qualcomm's business model and practice were anti-competitive. To refresh your memory, the verdict that included a vote from three judges was unanimous in Qualcomm's favor.
FTC sues Facebook for playing monopoly
The Federal Trade Commission sued Facebook, alleging that the company is illegally maintaining its personal social networking monopoly through a years-long course of anticompetitive conduct.
Qualcomm wins appeal against FTC claim
Huge win as Ninth Circuit reverses district court decision
In May 2019, the now prominent Judge Lucy H. Koh ruled that Qualcomm's business practices that she called no license-no chip had strangled the competition. Now a higher court called the Ninth Circuit has reversed Koh's district court decision.