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European Parliament Report Accuses Wilbur Ross of Insider Trading

Earlier this year, Luke Ming Flanagan, an Irish politician and member of the European Parliament, the European Union's governing body, commissioned a report on the 2008 eurozone banking crisis. The final version of this report, written...Show More Summary

How to Integrate Influencer Marketing With Experiential to Supercharge Results

With the Federal Trade Commission's latest regulations around the restricted and required language for brand-sponsored content, flaws in influencer marketing strategies have never been more apparent. But in many ways, this increasedShow More Summary

Squaring circles: EU and Britain plot next Brexit chapter

The European Commission and the British government let out an audible sigh of relief on reaching Friday's historic Brexit divorce terms deal. Yet numerous questions remain on the future trade relationship between the EU 27 and the bloc's departing member as the discussions now move on to a new phase at a December 14-15 Brussels summit. Show More Summary

The FCC’s net neutrality plan may have even bigger ramifications in light of this obscure court case

The FCC wants to let the Federal Trade Commission handle net neutrality complaints. But this lawsuit could limit the FTC's power.

US Solar Trade Case Rubs Out SunShot Initiative Achievements

The recent Section 201 solar trade case that has passed through the US International Trade Commission has undone some of the progress made by President Obama's SunShot Initiative which sought to lower solar costs to make them cost-competitive with other forms of energy. 

How Influencers and Brands Can Steer Clear of the FTC

As influencer marketing has seen immense growth in the past couple of years, the Federal Trade Commission has stepped in to define guidelines for how influencers and brands should disclose their partnerships. The first move came in August 2016, when the FTC specified how sponsored posts should be disclosed--using shortcut hashtags like #spon and #sp...

Qualcomm deepens Apple battle with new round of lawsuits

Qualcomm has filed three new patent infringment claims against Apple in US District Court, bringing the total to 16. That doesn't include a dispute Qualcomm is filing with the US International Trade Commission, which seeks a ban on importing...Show More Summary

FTC Finalizes Its First Settlement For Social Media Influencers

2 weeks agoWeb / Web Videos : Tubefilter

This week the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) unanimously approved, by way of a 2-0 vote, a finalized order in what has become widely known as the first-ever FTC case brought against individual social media influencers. As previouslyShow More Summary

Bitcoin is gaining ground after futures trading gets approval from US regulators

This price of bitcoin is rising after the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission approved bitcoin futures trading on three US exchanges. "Bitcoin, a virtual currency, is a commodity unlike any the commission has dealt with in the past," said CFTC chairman J. Show More Summary

Regulator Opens Way to Bitcoin Futures

The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission said it will allow two major Chicago exchanges, CME Group and Cboe Global Markets, to launch bitcoin futures.

US regulators just gave the green light to bitcoin futures trading

The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission on Friday said it would allow bitcoin futures trading on three exchanges. In a statement, it said the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. and the CBOE Futures Exchange self-certified new contracts for bitcoin futures products. Show More Summary

5 US Broker-Dealer Stocks With Significant Upside Potential

Trading and investing is made easy since the advent of the internet. Brokerage firms which we call broker-dealers have reduced commission fees significantly. Nowadays literally everyone is able to trade through a mobile phone with the trading apps. No coincidence broker-dealers have seen a huge

The People Who Police the Internet Are Changing

The Federal Trade Commission will take over policing the carriers that own the internet’s pipes, in a shift that ushers in a new phase of the internet’s development and the way consumers experience it.

Government says not so fast on CoStar’s ForRent.com acquisition

The rapid clip at which the CoStar Group has been acquiring competing online property sites hit a snag after the Federal Trade Commission temporarily halted plans to purchase the apartment rental site ForRent.com until both companies provide more information about the deal...

News: Apple offices in South Korea raided ahead of iPhone X release

2 weeks agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

South Korean authorities have raided Apple’s offices, asking questions about business practices before the iPhone X’s release in that country last Friday, Metro reports. Last year Apple was the target of a Fair Trade Commission investigation...Show More Summary

Schumer seeks scrutiny of home DNA test privacy policies

Sen. Charles Schumer wants the Federal Trade Commission to scrutinize how companies that offer at-home DNA testing kits are handling the genetic data. The Senate Democratic leader says Sunday he's … Click to Continue »

Solar Cell Tariffs Won’t Create A Significant Number Of Jobs For Americans, Will Eliminate Tens Of Thousands

Suniva and SolarWorld have filed a complaint with the US International Trade Commission claiming cheap solar cells and solar panels from China made it impossible for them to compete and drove them into bankruptcy. The claim is not about...Show More Summary

FTC: We are evaluating “serious issues” in Uber data breach

In light of Uber’s recent data breach, the ride-hailer is being investigated by regulators in the U.K., Australia, the Philippines, and New York. Now, Federal Trade Commission is joining that list, reports TechCrunch. The FTC responded...Show More Summary

TripAdvisor draws FTC attention after deleting reviews alleging rape and wrongful death

Dozens, if not hundreds, of cautionary tales have been removed from TripAdvisor for vague reasons, and new reports reveal the company is under scrutiny from the Federal Trade Commission. An investigation into the deleted reviews reveals that many of them concerned assaults, rapes, or other kinds of bad behavior on the grounds of establishments. Show More Summary

Senator Richard Blumenthal urges FTC to probe Uber’s handling of breach

3 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal on Wednesday urged the Federal Trade Commission to investigate Uber Technologies Inc’s [UBER.UL] decision to pay off hackers behind a massive data breach without warning customers or drivers, which he called “inexplicable.” “I urge (the)...

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