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December 21, 2018 11:26 PM Report: Raiders in talks to play at AT&T Park in 2019

With Sunday’s game against the Denver Broncos likely the Oakland Raiders’ final game played at Oakland Coliseum, the Raiders’ home for next season is still up in the air before the franchise moves to Las Vegas in 2020. Currently entangled in a lawsuit filed by the city of Oakland, which would seem to remove the option of one more season at the Coliseum 104

December 10, 2018 11:48 PM China ruling could ban some Apple iPhones sales amid Qualcomm fight

(Reuters) - Chip supplier Qualcomm Inc said on Monday it had won an order from a Chinese court banning the sale of several older Apple Inc iPhone models in China because of two patent violations, although Apple said its phones remained on sale. The preliminary order from the Fuzhou Intermediate People’s Court, issued last week, affects the iPhone 6S through 99

December 10, 2018 1:29 PM Austrian retailers file antitrust complaint against Amazon

VIENNA (Reuters) - Austrian retailers have filed a complaint against Amazon with their national competition authority over the U.S. e-commerce giant’s dual role as a retailer and a marketplace. The European Commission and Germany’s antitrust authority are also looking into Amazon’s role in the market. “We have received a complaint. We are examining it,” a spokeswoman 109

November 23, 2018 4:20 PM Citigroup, JPMorgan to pay $182.5 million to settle rate-rigging lawsuit

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Citigroup Inc and JPMorgan Chase & Co will pay $182.5 million to settle U.S. investor litigation claiming they violated antitrust law by conspiring with other banks to rig a key European interest rate benchmark. A preliminary settlement addressing the banks’ alleged manipulation of the European Interbank Offered Rate, or Euribor 86

November 7, 2018 6:58 PM Italy's antitrust opens probe into Ryanair's, Wizz Air's hand luggage policies

ROME (Reuters) - Italy’s antitrust said on Wednesday it was opening a probe against Ryanair (RYA.I) and Wizz Air over their new hand luggage policies. The regulator last week requested for the two low cost airlines to suspend a new policy according to which only very small bags would be let on board for free, charging passengers for trolleys. The investigations 75

November 6, 2018 8:55 PM U.S. court rules Qualcomm must license technology to rivals

(Reuters) - A U.S. federal judge ruled on Tuesday that chip seller Qualcomm Inc (QCOM.O) must license some of its technology to competitors such as Intel Corp (INTC.O). The preliminary ruling came in an antitrust lawsuit against Qualcomm brought by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission in early 2017. The lawsuit is scheduled to go to trial next year. The preliminary 102

October 22, 2018 10:53 AM Telefonica Deutschland calls for regulators to block Vodafone-Liberty deal

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - The head of Telefonica Deutschland called on Monday for EU regulators to block Vodafone’s planned acquisition of Liberty Global, saying it would lead to a “quasi-monopolisation” of the German cable TV market. Britain’s Vodafone agreed in May to pay $21.8 billion to buy Liberty Global’s assets in Europe, with the main prize being 75

October 18, 2018 9:29 PM StarKist to Plead Guilty to Price-Fixing Canned Tuna

Company is second seafood producer to plead guilty to antitrust offence, faces up to $100-million fine WASHINGTON—StarKist Co. has agreed to plead guilty to a felony antitrust offense for fixing prices on canned tuna and faces a fine of up to $100 million, the Justice Department said Thursday. The Justice Department filed the charge in a California federal 59

October 17, 2018 7:59 PM Appeals court to hear U.S. Justice Department objection to AT&T deal on Dec. 6

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. appeals court will hear oral arguments on Dec. 6 in the Justice Department’s fight against AT&T Inc’s (T.N) $85.4 billion purchase of Time Warner, the court said on Wednesday. The merger, which was announced in October 2016, closed on June 14 after a U.S. district court ruled the deal was legal under antitrust law. The Justice 64

October 16, 2018 5:25 PM Google Will Charge Phone Makers to Pre-Install Apps in Europe

The shift to fees is part of Google’s plan to comply with the EU’s $5 billion antitrust decision in July For phone makers selling devices in Europe, Google-owned apps like Gmail, YouTube and Google Maps are about to get a new feature: a price. Alphabet Inc.’s Google said Tuesday that it will start charging device manufacturers license fees to pre-install 68