Corporations have completely rigged the economy to boost their profits. If Democrats regain power, they must revive antitrust.
Congress is taking steps toward determining how companies use consumer data, and indications are that regulation will be light.
The top 100 federal contractors now send over 8,000 jobs overseas each year—triple the rate under Obama.
Its approach to rules on how companies can use consumers' data—championed by the tech industry—leans toward a light governmental touch.
In a major victory for the open internet that could have ripple effects throughout the United States, the Golden State thwarts aggressive lobbying by the telecom industry. Gov. Jerry Brown has 30 days to sign or veto the bill.
A brief filed Monday alleges the trial judge in the case disregarded “[the] fundamental principles of economics and common sense.”
It is the first time in decades the government has challenged a standing legal doctrine by suing to block a merger.
Comcast is likely to bid for Fox's entertainment business as early as Wednesday now that a federal judge has cleared AT&T's $85 billion takeover of Time Warner.
The $85 billion mega-merger could usher in a wave of media consolidation while shaping how much consumers pay for streaming TV and movies.
The demise of Obama-era internet protections could affect consumers' ability to watch and use their favorite apps and services—though not right away.