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    1. August 22, 2016

      Report on France’s Renault emissions probe omitted crucial details

      A French government report omitted significant details about how Renault’s diesel cars were able to emit fewer deadly...

    2. August 22, 2016

      Russian court ruling could hit Google

      A recent court decision could see Google’s market share in online search drop significantly in Russia and have...

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    1. August 15, 2016

      Brussels to tighten grip on web services in telecoms shake-up

      Brussels will tighten its regulatory grip over online services such as WhatsApp and Skype in a radical overhaul of the...

    2. August 11, 2016

      Dow-DuPont’s planned $130bn tie-up probed by Brussels

      Brussels has launched an in-depth investigation into whether a planned $130bn merger between US chemicals giants Dow...

    3. July 17, 2016

      EU set to hit truck groups with record fine for price-fixing

      Brussels will this week unleash record-breaking cartel fines against Europe’s biggest truckmakers, hitting the group...

    4. July 14, 2016

      EU adds to competition complaints against Google

      Google’s regulatory woes in Europe deepened on Thursday when Brussels stepped up its antitrust case against the US tech...

    5. July 7, 2016

      Brussels ups the ante in dispute with Volkswagen

      Brussels has upped the ante in its clash with Volkswagen over the German carmaker’s refusal to compensate VW car owners...

    6. July 6, 2016

      European telecoms groups unveil 5G manifesto

      Europe’s largest telecoms groups have pledged to launch superfast 5G networks in at least one city in every EU country...

    7. June 28, 2016

      London can remain insurance capital after Brexit — Lloyd’s chief

      Last Thursday will be remembered as one of the most extraordinary days in British history when, 43 years after joining...

    8. June 26, 2016

      Brexit set to give more protectionist EU states clout

      Britain’s exit from the EU shifts the balance of power on policymaking for business, giving a boost to a Franco-Italian...

    9. June 21, 2016

      General counsel cashing in on compliance

      At an early gathering of the Innovative GC Club in 2013, a forum for general counsel ranked in the FT Innovative Lawyer...

    10. June 17, 2016

      EU hails breakthrough deal to curb corporate tax avoidance

      EU finance ministers hailed a major breakthrough in the fight against corporate tax dodging as they struck a...

    11. June 6, 2016

      New bank safety plans criticised for encouraging risky loans

      Banks will be encouraged to lend more to their weakest borrowers and take on excessive risks if global regulators push...

    12. June 6, 2016

      Germany urges EU to tighten law on car emissions cheating

      The EU is facing calls from Berlin to tighten the ban on cheating in car emissions tests after revelations that...

    13. June 6, 2016

      Brussels threatens to eradicate weed killer sold by Monsanto

      The EU risks a legal showdown with agrichemical group Monsanto and farming unions after leading member states on Monday...

    14. June 2, 2016

      Orange says European telecoms consolidation off for two years

      Orange has ruled out the possibility of cross-border and big in-country consolidation in Europe’s telecoms industry for...

    15. June 2, 2016

      Ford issues ‘elitist’ warning on EU green targets

      Cars risk becoming unaffordable for many consumers because of the rising cost of complying with EU environmental...

    16. May 31, 2016

      Web giants sign up to EU hate speech rules

      Google, Facebook, Twitter and Microsoft have signed up to new EU rules on taking down illegal hate speech as lawmakers...

    17. May 30, 2016

      Brussels urges more caring for sharing economy

      Brussels is to call on EU governments not to ban or limit services such as Uber and Airbnb, in a bid to head off a...

    18. May 29, 2016

      Truckmakers accused of putting brakes on technological change

      EU parliamentarians and environmental campaigners have long had suspicions about Europe’s truckmakers. For 20 years,...

    19. May 29, 2016

      EU set to impose record cartel fine on truckmakers

      The EU is set to issue the biggest cartel fine in its history, punishing Europe’s largest truckmakers over charges that...

    20. May 11, 2016

      Vestager makes the right call on Three and O2

      Margrethe Vestager is proving to be a positive force for change in her role as Europe’s competition commissioner. In...

    21. May 11, 2016

      EU Commission blocks Three-O2 telecoms merger

      Brussels has shut the door on the second European telecoms merger in a year in a landmark ruling that will put at risk...

    22. May 10, 2016

      Liberty Global open to takeover of Telefónica’s O2 unit

      Liberty Global would consider a takeover of Telefónica’s O2 in the UK as a long-running deal to sell the business to...

    23. May 5, 2016

      Uber’s appointment of Neelie Kroes flags up EU’s revolving door

      Few Eurocrats have more formidable trustbusting credentials than Neelie Kroes, the tough Dutch former competition...

    24. April 27, 2016

      Getty accuses Google of ‘promoting piracy’

      Google faces a new threat in its rapidly expanding antitrust battle with the EU after Getty Images, the US photo...

    25. April 20, 2016

      Google’s Android tactics are Microsoft light

      Matt Brittin, president of Google’s European operations, complained this week that EU officials “could be better...

    26. April 20, 2016

      EU widens battle with Google

      The EU widened its landmark antitrust battle against Google on Wednesday, accusing the US technology group of abusing...

    27. April 20, 2016

      Why does Brussels have Google’s Android in its sights?

      The EU has opened a new front in its showdown with Google, announcing formal charges in relation to the company’s...

    28. April 20, 2016

      Parallels, and differences, between EU’s Google and Microsoft cases

      As Margrethe Vestager signalled her intent to ramp up Europe’s regulatory onslaught against Google this week, she...

    29. April 19, 2016

      Google and the art of monopoly maintenance

      European antitrust cases against Google seem to be like London buses. You wait ages for one to arrive and then they all...

    30. April 18, 2016

      EU prepares for Android crackdown

      The EU has given its strongest signal to date of its intent to crack down hard on Google’s mobile operating system,...

    31. April 17, 2016

      Google warns red tape threatens European tech sector

      Europe risks falling behind in digital innovation, as regulators and governments discourage entrepreneurs and suffocate...

    32. April 15, 2016

      Disneyland Paris ditches pricing policy

      Disneyland Paris has ditched a pricing policy that allegedly overcharged German and British customers, as it bowed to...

    33. April 13, 2016

      EU privacy watchdogs cast doubt on data-sharing deal with US

      European data protection authorities have expressed doubts about features of a crucial new data transfer agreement...

    34. April 12, 2016

      Brussels plans to force multinationals to open up on profits

      The EU has set out proposals to force multinationals to be more open about the profits they make in different...

    35. April 11, 2016

      UK competition watchdog hits out at Three-O2 deal

      Regulators in Brussels were on Monday under intense pressure to block CK Hutchison’s £10.5bn deal to acquire UK mobile...

    36. April 10, 2016

      Sweden sets an example in corporate governance

      Some of Sweden’s large companies are experiencing a bumpy period. Swedbank has lost its chairman and chief executive...

    37. April 6, 2016

      Brexit economics offer no solution for Britain’s steel industry

      Brexit campaigners have wasted no time in arguing that the crisis gripping the steel industry is further evidence that...

    38. April 4, 2016

      Apple’s tax affairs spark a transatlantic face-off

      To remind herself that she will always upset someone with her rulings, Margrethe Vestager keeps a ceramic hand with a...

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