The U.S. economy is not based on health, happiness and life. It needs our death, misery and hardship in order to thrive.
The development, in the words of one prominent observer, shows that the tech giant has become "too big for its britches."
Charges from the European Commission could cost the company up to 10 percent of its annual revenue and show American firms that “there’s a bazooka in Europe that can be shot at companies” that seek to obtain dominant market positions.
In addition to advising on all three mega-mergers, Credit Suisse is playing a big role behind the scenes of the Dakota Access pipeline.In addition to advising on all three megamergers, Credit Suisse is playing a big role behind the scenes of the Dakota Access pipeline.
The European Union's top antitrust watchdog is setting her sights on Google, taking the tech giant to task for allegedly elbowing out competitors' listings in online shopping searches.
Germany's justice minister proposed that Google be dismantled in the event the Internet giant abuses its dominance of the Web.
A survey of cable subscribers shows that a slim majority would like to cut the cord, and things are certainly trending that way, but most feel that just isn't an option.
Given the financial and political power of Comcast, and the Obama administration's miserable record of protecting the public interest, the time to speak out and organize is now.
Economist Michael Hudson talks about how the economic crisis, austerity, U.S. economic policy and decisions made by local political parties shaped Ireland's economy.
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