The president and Apple CEO discussed how tariffs would impact Apple's production costs as well as its stance against its biggest competitor, Samsung.
Over a dozen states are planning to move forward with a joint antitrust investigation of big technology companies as early as next month.
Apple CEO Tim Cook met with President Donald Trump on Friday where he described the ways in which the Chinese tariffs could put Samsung at an advantage over Apple.
The chairman of the Federal Trade Commission said this week that he's open to reversing mergers and acquisitions made by big tech companies if that proves to be the best course of action to restore competition throughout the industry.
Amazon says the "Amazon's Choice" badge is meant to simplify the shopping experience for customers by recommending highly rated products with the best value. But now, a pair of high-profiled U.S. Senators are questioning the program's validity.
The chair of the Federal Trade Commission said in an interview this week that he is more than willing to break up big tech companies—by undoing past mergers and acquisitions—if that proves to be the best remedy for rebalancing the scales of competition.
Bernie Thompson, the CEO of computer accessory manufacturer Plugable, talks about the direct impact tariffs have had on his company and makes some predictions on their lasting effects.
The Federal Trade Commission is looking into possible antitrust violations after a deal between Amazon and Apple has resulted in legitimate third-party marketplace sellers' businesses being forced off of Amazon's platform.