While apologies can be comforting, its cooperation with investigators will be the true test of how it will be treated by the Justice Department.
Three years ago, the Department of Justice brought Apple, and major publishers, to book for trying to maintain the prices at which e-books could be sold. As part of its punishment, the firm had to suffer the presence of a court-approved monitor, Michael Bromwich (pictured, left), placed to ensure that Apple cleaned up its act. Show More Summary
By Nate Raymond NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department has determined that Apple Inc has implemented significant improvements to its antitrust compliance program and that a court-appointed monitor's term does not need extended, according to a court filing. Show More Summary
The U.S. Justice Department has said that is now satisfied with Apple’s measures to guard against any repetition of the type of anti-competitive behaviour ruled illegal in the long-running ebooks trial. Bloomberg reports that the department has recommended that the court-appointed monitor is no longer necessary. In a letter to the Manhattan federal judge who found […]
Apple won't have someone looking over their shoulder anymore in its iBooks division. The U.S. Justice Department has now ended the two-year monitoring of that part of the company's business, stating that Apple has now put in new rules that should keep it from violating antitrust laws in the future. Show More Summary
The U.S. Department of Justice has recommended against extending the term of Apple antitrust monitor Michael Bromwich after two years of oversight, citing satisfaction with the company's new compliance program and willingness to meet mandated obligations.
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Seems that AB InBev has attracted the notice of the U.S. Department of Justice for buying out bits of the beer trade - and not the craft breweries: The U.S. Justice Department is probing allegations that Anheuser-Busch InBev (ABI.BR)...Show More Summary
By Diane Bartz WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department is probing allegations that Anheuser-Busch InBev is seeking to curb competition in the beer market by buying distributors, making it harder for fast-growing craft brewers to get their products on store shelves, according to three people familiar with the matter. Show More Summary
By Jeffrey Dastin and Diane Bartz WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department has raised concern about demands by U.S. airlines that the government limit flights of three Middle Eastern rivals to the United States, three sources familiar with the matter have said. Show More Summary
The most painful thing of all is that Jeb! makes Shrub look like a statesman: President George W. Bush is not a hero to voting rights advocates. His Justice Department gave the greenlight to voter ID laws, a common tactic by conservative lawmakers which prevents many younger, low-income and minority voters from casting a ballot. Show More Summary
NPR: YEAGER: At a press conference in Birmingham, the Reverend Jesse Jackson isn’t shy about what he thinks of the state’s move. JESSE JACKSON: Of course it’s a new Jim Crow. YEAGER: Jim Crow – he’s referring to the system … Continue reading ?
ThinkProgress: President George W. Bush is not a hero to voting rights advocates. His Justice Department gave the greenlight to voter ID laws, a common tactic by conservative lawmakers which prevents many younger, low-income and minority voters from casting a ballot.... Show More Summary
The Justice Department has announced that it will begin releasing 6,000 “nonviolent” inmates from federal prisons starting at the end of this month. Welcome to the era of de-incarceration. At
The Justice Department does not have a national record of all police-involved shooting deaths, a fact that Attorney General Loretta Lynch says needs to change. Continue reading ? The post Lynch: ‘Unacceptable’ that DOJ doesn’t have complete record of police-involved shootings appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
It's official: Lumber Liquidators, the nation's leading hardwood flooring retailer, broke the law, and now they're paying the price. After a two-year investigation, yesterday the Department of Justice announced a plea agreement withShow More Summary
Later this month, the Justice Department will free 6,000 inmates to reduce overcrowding and provide relief to drug offenders. The post 6,000 Inmates To Be Freed From Federal Prison To Cut Overcrowding And Help Drug Offenders appeared first on CrimeFeed.
And the Justice Department is pushing back.
Three former executives of ocean freight shipping firms have been indicted for participating in a long-running price-fixing conspiracy, the U.S. Justice Department announced.
The US Department of Justice issues Technical Assistance on Testing Accommodations for individuals with disabilities who take standardized exams and high-stakes tests. DOJ addresses the obligation to ensure that the test scores of individuals...Show More Summary