Offering Product Warranties? Think Twice
Companies that experience unexpected increases in warranty payments have lower firm value than those that do not offer warranties.
EU Charges Amazon With Antitrust Violations
Regulators say Amazon illegally uses nonpublic data that it collects from sellers on its retail platform to boost sales of its own-label products.
Warren Pledges Breakup of Big Tech Companies
“Big, structural changes” to the tech sector are needed to "restore the balance of power in our democracy [and] promote competition," the senator says.
FTC Challenges Sale of Wesson Cooking Oil
The commission says JM Smucker's proposed purchase of the brand from Conagra would lead to higher prices for retailers and consumers.
Taxi Cab Lenders Lose Suit Over Ride-Sharing
A New York judge dismisses a suit in which four credit unions challenged city rules allowing Uber to pick up passengers.
Haggen Sues Albertsons Over Supermarket Deal
The $1 billion suit intensifies a legal battle that has followed Haggen's acquisition of 146 Albertsons stores.
EU Opens Antitrust Probe of Amazon
The European Commission is looking into whether Amazon has abused its dominant position in the European e-book market.