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France is seeking 1.6 billion euros in back taxes from Google, criticised for its use of aggressive tax optimisation techniques, a source said Wednesday.
The president said he's looking for a Supreme Court nominee with a sterling record, a deep respect for the judiciary's role, and an understanding of how the law affects people.
J&J was ordered to pay $72 million to the family of a woman whose death from ovarian cancer was linked to her use of the company's talc-based product.
Tight mortgage lending standards have hurt minority borrowers the most since the housing crisis. How nonprofits are helping more Americans become homeowners.
Discussing Apple's fight with the FBI and whether this is just a business decision or a greater security issue are Eli Dourado, Director of Technology at Mercatus Center and Nathan Hecht, DStrux CEO.
How to understand Uber's five-star rating system and cancellation policy given the weekend shooting spree in Michigan.
Hundreds of thousands of drone operators could now face hefty fines, or even jail, for failing to register their aircraft.
Google's parent Alphabet is stuck in an antitrust probe that could open the door for competitors like Facebook, says Robert Cryan in Breakingviews.
Neither the FBI nor Apple are clear winners when it comes to consumer attitudes.
Discussing the law enforcement angle of the Apple/FBI fight is Timothy Murphy, Retired FBI Deputy Director and Thomson Reuters Specials Services President.
Speaking in Washington, Attorney General Loretta Lynch sides with law enforcement on the issue of Apple's fight with the FBI. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports.
Forcing Apple to unlock iPhones gives intelligence services an entry into Americans' data, former NSA and CIA director Michael Hayden says.
Nokia CTO, Marcus Weldon says he doesn’t support unlocking all technological devices, however lawful interception of phones should be supported.
The majority said Apple should unlock the iPhone used by a shooter in the San Bernardino terrorist attack. Re/code reports.
Apple is right to fight the FBI's demand for a backdoor into Sayed Farook's iPhone, says Rick Orloff, who calls it a "slippery slope."
Rep. Darrell Issa, Oversight & Government Reform Committee Chairman, (R) California explains why he's on Apple's side in the fight against the FBI.
Goldman Sachs cut the upper end of its estimate of legal costs it may face beyond what it has set aside by more than half to $2 billion.
Apple is likely to reach a settlement with the Justice Department and avoid a lengthy court battle, Jacob Frenkel says.
Peter Toogood, from City Financial Investment Company, doubts whether Liu Shiyu, China's new chief securities regulator, will change anything.
Frederic Neumann, co-head of Asian economics research at HSBC, discusses Liu Shiyu, China's new chief securities regulator who replaces Xiao Gang.
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