SHANGHAI, May 27- Chinese users of Microsoft products are criticizing the software company's push to get them to mandatorily upgrade their Windows operating systems, the official Xinhua news agency reported on Friday. "The company has abused its dominant market position and broken the market order for fair play," Xinhua quoted Zhao Zhanling, a legal adviser... » Read More
BRUSSELS, Feb 26- Italy's antitrust authority wants to decide the fate of telecoms firm Hutchison's plan to merge its Italian subsidiary with a unit of Vimpelcom, pitting it against the EU competition authority which is currently reviewing the case. The Italian watchdog has asked the European Commission, which has been scrutinizing Hutchison's proposal to...
Guy Peddy, head of European telecom research at Macquarie Group, discusses Ofcom's call for BT to reform its Openreach network.
Nick Nelson, head of European equity strategy at UBS, discusses the telecoms sector and Ofcom's decision on BT's Openreach network.
Sigve Brekke, CEO of Telenor, says macro economic conditions in Asia are not affecting the company, but competition is increasing
BERLIN, Feb 19- A Berlin court rejected on Friday a legal complaint filed by German publishers which said Google was abusing its market power by refusing to pay them for displaying newspaper articles online. Germany's biggest newspaper publisher, Axel Springer, and 40 other publishers had accused Alphabet Inc's Google of unfair treatment.
The ride-hailing service sees heightened competition from local rival Didi Kuaidi.
When it's all said and done this stock will work when the top line is stable, says Paul Trussell, Deutsche Bank, breaking down Wal-Mart's quarterly results.
Joseph Feldman, Telsey Advisory Group, breaks down Wal-Mart's quarterly numbers which beat on earning but came in light on expected revenues.
Budd Bugatch, Raymond James, discusses his expectations when retail giant Wal-Mart reports earnings this morning, including customer traffic and the impact of deflation on food.
Simon Willis, head of research and banking analyst at Daniel Stewart & Company, says major economies need a spread of large and small banks.
Miriam Sontz, Powell's Books CEO, says Amazon's brick and mortar buzz is a great acknowledgment there is something special about shopping in bookstores versus online. Sontz also addresses the high cost of renting space.
The craft beer sector has become a victim of its own success as big multinational brewers look to exploit a change in what customers drink.
The "Worldwide Exchange" crew discusses the morning's top attention-grabbing headlines, including a look at three Chinese tech companies that have global ambitions.
Sally Smith, Buffalo Wild Wings CEO, discusses her company's response to a food poisoning report in Kansas City, and weighs in on the quarterly results and upcoming Super Bowl.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin speaks to AOL Chairman and CEO Tim Armstrong, about his relationship with Verizon and the evolving AOL brand.
The rise in popularity of on-demand ride services continue to threaten traditional taxi companies.
KIEV, Jan 22- The head of Ukraine's competition authority said on Friday that the watchdog had decided to fine Russian gas company Gazprom 85 billion hryvnias for abusing its monopoly on the Ukrainian gas transit market. The decision by the Ukrainian regulator is the latest chapter in a long-standing gas conflict between the two countries, resulting in a sharp...
Chris Dedicoat, executive vice president of worldwide sales for Cisco, says every company needs to become a tech company and digitize to stay competitive.
Margrethe Vestager, competition commissioner for the European Commission, disagrees with the argument that the EU is unfairly targeting U.S. multinationals over tax and competition issues.
Herb Greenberg, Pacific Square Research Partner, shares his list of the best and the worst CEOs from 2015.