The biggest antitrust trial in nearly 25 years kicks off on Tuesday as the Justice Department makes its case that Google is an illegal monopoly.
For 25 years, Google has shaped the internet. Now, artificial intelligence threatens to change everything.
New guidelines from the FTC and Justice Department are part of a broader push to promote competition and limit what the White House sees as excessive consolidation.
The leaders of the Senate subcommittee that held a hearing into Ticketmaster last month shared evidence with the Justice Department and asked it to "continue examining" the company's conduct.
California's antitrust lawsuit alleges the company penalizes sellers and suppliers that offer cheaper prices at rival online stores.
The social network says the Federal Trade Commission's complaint is "without legal or factual support." The agency alleges Facebook buys promising rivals to stifle competition.
The regulator is taking another swing at Facebook after a judge tossed out its initial effort in June. It accused the social media giant of illegally maintaining a monopoly.
America has seen decades of consolidation of its hospitals, raising prices for consumers. President Biden now wants to do something about it.
In a new executive order, President Biden aims to kickstart competition for consumers, workers and farmers in ways both big and small, starting with a list of 72 initiatives.
In an executive order aimed at promoting competition, President Biden is calling on the Federal Trade Commission to ban or limit noncompete agreements that affect tens of millions of workers.
The new Federal Trade Commission chair's first big challenge will be rewriting a lawsuit against Facebook that a federal court tossed out earlier this week.
The decision is a blow to the Federal Trade Commission and 48 state attorneys general, who were pushing for the federal court to break up the social media giant.
Federal Trade Commission nominee Lina Khan and presidential adviser Tim Wu have advocated for new rules to curb the power of the tech giants.
A bipartisan group of 38 attorneys general say Google abuses its power as the Internet's top search destination.
Ten state attorneys general accuse the tech giant of abusing its power to manipulate the digital ad market and crush competitors.