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.
A letter seen by Reuters outlined instructions for the U.S. enforcement staff to continue treating Huawei as if a blacklist is still in place.
Despite the feeling that Huawei had already been blacklisted by the U.S. government, President Trump and the Commerce Department made several moves to up the pressure even further—all part of the U.S.'s escalating trade war with China.
The Federal Trade Commision has ordered Office Depot and a software service provider to fork over $35 million to settle a complaint that the companies used misleading software to get consumers to pay for PC repair services.