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Judge OKs Philly refiner´s bankruptcy plan, sale to property developer: US

Judge Kevin Gross signed off on the PES bankruptcy agrément.

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FTC antitrust victory on Qualcomm questioned by appeals court

The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments in a closely watched case the regulator brought against Qualcomm in early 2017.

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Judge temporarily blocks Microsoft Pentagon cloud contract after Amazon suit: US

Last month, Amazon’s cloud-computing arm, Amazon Web Services, filed a motion asking the court to pause Microsoft’s work on the $10 billion cloud contract.

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Vodafone’s India venture on brink of collapse after court ruling

Decision means telecoms company must pay billions of dollars in fees by next month

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U.S. accuses Huawei of stealing trade secrets

Huawei said new charges brought against the company by the U.S. Department of Justice were without merit and were part of an attempt to “irrevocably damage Huawei’s reputation and its business.”

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Russian court fines Twitter $63,000 over data law

The Tagansky District Court in Moscow fined Twitter for its refusal to put its server holding data about Russian citizens on Russian territory.

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Australian court overturns regulator’s block on telecoms merger

Decision paves the way for $10bn combination of Vodafone and TPG

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Berlin to limit sensitive military tenders to German firms

Until now, the government had only limited tenders for submarines to German defense companies

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Judge approves $26 billion merger of T-Mobile and Sprint: US

The ruling clears one of the final hurdles for the deal, which still can’t close until the California Public Utilities Commission approves the transaction.

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FTC demands data on small buys by Google, Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft

FTC Chairman Joseph Simons said notices being issued to Big Tech companies were intended for research but could lead to enforcement action.

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Nissan files $90m lawsuit against Carlos Ghosn

Carmaker seeking damages for ‘years of misconduct and fraudulent activity’ by former chairman.

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China´s central bank gives green light to Mastercard´s China JV for clearing business

American card giant Visa (V.N) submitted its application in early 2018 and is still awaiting approval.

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U.S. judge expected to rule in favor of Sprint, T-Mobile merger: sources

U.S. District Court Judge Victor Marrero is expected to make his decision public

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Judge denies Uber and Postmates’ request to halt California gig worker law: US

The company in a statement called the California law “biased and overtly political” by granting preferential treatment to an arbitrary group of industries.

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In Dutch court, fugitive Ghosn fights for document release

A lawyer for Nissan-Mitsubishi dismissed demands by Ghosn’s legal team for documents to be released.

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Google heads to EU Court In episode one of $9 billion trilogy

The European Commission´s path to punishing Google was circuitous.

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EU regulator call for clearer rules on rescuing banks

Elke König warns of ‘perceived inequality’ over dealing with failing lenders.

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Apple hit with $27 million fine for slowing down French iPhones

The fine will let Apple avoid a public and potentially embarrassing trial around the matter.

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Dutch court halts electronic welfare monitoring system

The Dutch government defended the program as necessary to prevent abuse and control for fraud in the system.

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Jury orders Johnson & Johnson to pay $750 million in New Jersey talc case

During an earlier phase of the trial, a different jury held J&J liable for the plaintiffs’ cancers and awarded them $37.2 million in compensation.

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