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NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Google abused the dominant position of its Android operating system in India, using its "huge financial muscle" to illegally hurt competitors, the country's antitrust authority found in a report on its two-year probe seen by Reuters.
A housewife who claimed she was disciplining her two daughters, aged six and 10, slapped, kicked, and even dragged one of them by the hair when she was left alone with them.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Olympic gymnast Simone Biles held back tears on Wednesday, as she told lawmakers how the FBI and U.S. gymnastic and Olympic officials failed to stop the sexual abuse that she and hundreds of other athletes suffered from former doctor Larry Nassar.
PUTRAJAYA: A senior lecturer has been arrested for allegedly abusing her position by awarding a contract worth RM46,000 to her sister and brother in law.
Kakao Corp founder Brian Kim promised to abandon the high-growth model that created Korea’s Internet leader, responding to a furore over how his social media platform is abusing its dominance as “a symbol of greed”.
KUALA LUMPUR: RSN Rayer (PH-Jelutong) has been ejected from the Dewan Rakyat after accusing Deputy Speaker Datuk Mohd Rashid Hasnon of abusing his power.
South Korea fined Alphabet Inc’s Google US$177mil (RM734.37mil) for hampering the development of rivals to its Android operating system, sustaining a campaign targeting the US search giant’s dominance in smartphone software.
SEOUL (Reuters) -South Korea's antitrust regulator has fined Alphabet Inc's Google 207 billion won ($176.64 million) for blocking customised versions of its Android operating system (OS), in the U.S. technology giant's second setback in the country in less than a month.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A U.S.-based lawyer for Britain's Prince Andrew on Monday forcefully rejected claims in a civil lawsuit by a woman who accused the prince of sexually assaulting her when she was 17, and challenged whether the case could even be brought.
SHANGHAI (Reuters): China's regulatory crackdown has ensnared sectors from technology to education to property, wiping hundreds of billions off the market capitalisations of some of its largest companies and putting investors on alert over who may be next.