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SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - In its ongoing case against Apple Inc, "Fortnite" creator Epic Games is counting on this week's testimony from its star expert witness David Evans, chairman of Global Economics Group, to make its case that Apple is an anticompetitive monopolist over app developers.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - After a doctor's visit, three court appearances, five trips to the bank and having her name and address published in a newspaper, Billie Simmons finally got a debit card with her chosen name.
The judge in the Epic Games Inc. vs Apple Inc. trial hinted at looking for middle ground: to allow app developers to inform users that Apple's app store isn’t their only shopping option.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) -Amazon won its fight against an EU order to pay about 250 million euros ($303 million) in back taxes to Luxembourg in a blow to competition chief Margrethe Vestager's crusade against preferential deals.
Apple Inc is facing a London lawsuit over claims it overcharged nearly 20 million UK customers for App Store purchases, yet another legal headache for the tech giant fighting lawsuits across the world.
If Epic Games hopes to dismantle the fortress surrounding Apple’s iPhone and its app store, the video game maker probably will need to roll out some heavier artillery heading into the second week of a trial threatening Apple’s US$2 trillion (RM8.21 trillion) empire.
ByteDance is on a hiring spree as it gears up to dethrone e-commerce king, Alibaba, amid other expansion plans.
Digital investment tools are offering an easier point of entry for new investors to join the market. But will democratising the process help educate the public or put unprepared beginners at risk?
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Ethereum has outperformed major digital currency rivals this year, bolstered by the surge in decentralized finance (DeFi) and the anticipation of a technical adjustment this summer, but it faces hurdles that could stall its rise.
The thousands of people driving those ubiquitous Amazon-branded blue vans aren’t employed by the Seattle leviathan. They work for small, independent businesses with contracts to transport packages for Amazon. But that hasn’t stopped the company from dictating the state of their fingernails – and a whole lot more.