U.S. DOJ Files New Antitrust Lawsuit Against Google
The U.S. Justice Department filed its second antitrust suit against Google in just over 2 years, this time targeting the company's advertising business.
Apple Faces Possible Antitrust Lawsuit from U.S. Department of Justice: Report
The DOJ's antitrust division hopes to file a lawsuit against Apple by year's end, but nothing is set in stone at this time.
Judge Denies Apple’s Request to Dismiss Cydia Antitrust Lawsuit
Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers has ruled that Cydia's allegations are not time-barred, so the case is now set to move forward.
U.S. Lawyer Faced Tough Questioning in Apple E-books Antitrust Case
A U.S. government lawyer had to face tough questioning today in an appeals court while defending Apple.
U.S. District Judge: Apple Can’t Escape E-book Antitrust Cases
Apple has lost an attempt to dismiss lawsuits accusing it of fixing e-book prices.
Judge: It’s “Public Interest” to Monitor Apple’s Antitrust Reforms
U.S. District Judge has denied Apple's request to remove a lawyer she appointed to monitor the company's e-book pricing reform.
U.S. Judge Dismisses iPhone Antitrust Complaint Against Apple
U.S. District Judge has today dismissed an iPhone antitrust lawsuit against Apple in California, which was filed back in 2011.