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Companies with $100 million or more in global annual gross revenue would need to pay a percentage of the revenue received from digital advertisements shown in Maryland.


The National Labor Relations Board rejected efforts by the corporate giant to postpone an election or prevent employees from voting remotely, which echoed Amazon's previous attempts to hinder unionization at its facilities.


Filed in a federal district court in New York, the lawsuit claims that the e-commerce company is working with publishers to stifle the competition.


More than 400 Google engineers and other workers have formed a union, a rarity in Silicon Valley.


The U.S. Supreme Court announced that it would review a case testing whether the NCAA's limits on compensation for student athletes violate antitrust laws.


This decision could guide many other courts across the U.S. in determining whether strict liability as a retailer or distributor should apply to online marketplaces like Amazon.


The Trump administration had issued an executive order banning TikTok from operating in the U.S., but a court had blocked the enforcement of the order.


A video and e-commerce technology company has sued the rapper for breaching an oral partnership and a non-disclosure agreement.


Instacart is suing Uber's Cornershop grocery service as both companies are taking advantage of the demand for food deliveries during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Tech giant Google faces scrutiny from state attorneys general and the federal Justice Department for potential violations related to online searches, advertising, and Android products.