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Google has lodged an appeal against the European Commission's decision to impose a fine on it for breaching EU competition laws.
The Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) said the EU's General Court must re-examining the case because the General Court had erred in the way it had assessed whether Intel's rebates to computer makers were capable of restricting competition.
Two recent announcements by the UK's competition watchdog send a strong message about its determination to continue with its enforcement focus on companies attempting to restrict online sales of consumer goods
The UK’s failure to reveal the true owners of Scottish Limited Partnerships (SLPs), has so far left the UK open to corrupt money launderers
Allianz has a zero tolerance to data theft which is not a victimless crime. This often leads to cold calling and pressure on our customers to pursue claims that lack validity and it must be stamped out
Five people sentenced for bribery offences after making more than £7,000 by leaking more than 700 pieces of Allianz UK customer data to claims management companies
The Serious Fraud Office and other law enforcement agencies are targeting the actions of middlemen who have been used by UK firms for decades to help set up deals in Asia and Africa.
Petrofac said last month that the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) watchdog had launched an investigation into the firm and that its chief executive and chief operating officer had been interviewed under caution.
Security firm Kaspersky Lab is to drop a complaint that Microsoft is abusing its market dominance to promote its security software in light of changes to the latest Windows 10
UK tobacco firm British American Tobacco (BAT) says it is under official investigation by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) over allegations it paid bribes in East Africa.
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