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PG&E’s power suppliers dealt blow in court

SAN FRANCISCO: The power generators that supply PG&E Corp were dealt a major blow as a judge ruled that federal regulators can’t keep their supply contracts from getting killed as part of the utility giant’s bankruptcy case.


Should Big Tech fear US antitrust enforcers?

NEW YORK: The arcane topic of antitrust law is getting more attention with the U.S. government gearing up to investigate whether Alphabet Inc's Google, Facebook Inc, Apple Inc, and Inc compete fairly.


US moving toward major antitrust probe of tech giants

WASHINGTON: The US government is gearing up to investigate whether Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google misuse their massive market power, sources told Reuters on Monday, setting up what could be an unprecedented, wide-ranging probe of some of the world's largest companies.

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Congress, enforcement agencies target tech

Federal antitrust enforcers and lawmakers are poised to scrutinize the largest technology companies for anticompetitive practices


Dubai free zone to refund US$354mil in fees

DUBAI: Dubai’s main port and biggest free zone authority plans to return 1.3 billion dirhams (US$354mil) in cash and bank guarantees to its clients in an effort to stimulate the broader economy.


Trump order clears way to bar Huawei from US telco networks

WASHINGTON: President Donald Trump on Wednesday signed an executive order declaring a national emergency and barring U.S. companies from using telecommunications equipment made by firms posing a national security risk, paving the way for a ban on doing business with China's Huawei Technologies Co.


After the change: Business as usual?

Comment by Terence Gomez PAKATAN Harapan’s unexpected victory in Malaysia’s 14th General Elections (GE14) was one of monumental proportions as the ruling Barisan Nasional, under Umno’s control, had instituted a series of unscrupulous methods to retain power. Pakatan, led by Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, had achieved a colossal feat, unseating a powerful Umno that had never lost power.


Neo-liberal reforms strengthening monopoly power and abuses

KUALA LUMPUR and SYDNEY: Over the last four decades, growing concentration of market power in the hands of oligopolies, if not monopolies, has been greatly enabled by ostensibly neo-liberal reforms, worsening wealth concentration and gross inequalities in the world.


Independence of central banks in question

RUMBLINGS of concern over central bank independence have erupted into full-blown debates on attempts by populist leaders to influence decision-making at central banks.

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Trump’s Fed attacks cast a chill at global finance gathering

Analysts don’t expect new Fed appointees to change policy direction, but former central bankers worry about erosion of institution's nonpolitical stance