The Federal Trade Commission is probing the marketing practices of six major e-cigarette makers, ordering them to turn over reams of data by Jan. 2.
Federal Trade Commission commissioner Rohit Chopra joins CNBC's "Squawk Alley" to discuss antitrust probes into Big Tech.
The top U.S. consumer and trade regulator said on Tuesday it had warned three companies selling products infused with cannabidiol that it was illegal to advertise that such products could fight disease without providing credible scientific evidence.
Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi, D-Ill., is asking the Food and Drug Administration to investigate whether e-cigarette giant Juul is illegally making smoking cessation claims.
The FTC says Google's YouTube will pay $170 million to settle a complaint that it earned millions by illegally collecting personal information from children without a guardian's consent.
The Federal Trade Commission delivers its comments on the settlement it reached with Google. The company agreed to pay $170 million in fines after it was found in violation of the Child Online Protection Act.
The Federal Trade Commission is investigating Juul's marketing practices, according to the Wall Street Journal. CNBC's Frank Holland reports.
The Federal Trade Commission is investigating whether e-cigarette maker Juul used deceptive marketing and targeted minors, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal.
Alan Patricof, co-founder and managing director of venture capital firm Greycroft, joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss the latest in the big tech antitrust concerns.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin shares details of a Wall Street Journal report that the Federal Trade Commission is reviewing Facebook's acquisitions.
Equifax this week agreed to pay nearly $700 million to settle claims related a massive data breach at the consumer credit reporting agency in 2017.
Jason Helfstein of Oppenheimer joins CNBC's "Power Lunch" to discuss the latest news impacting Amazon and Google.
Former Cisco CEO John Chambers tells CNBC that Facebook must make proactive changes to sustain growth in the face of increased regulatory scrutiny.
Facebook's record-breaking $5 billion fine is required by law to go straight to the U.S. Treasury.
Josh Brown, CEO of Ritholtz Wealth Management and Alexis Gilman, a lawyer with Crowell & Moring's Antitrust Group, join CNBC's "Closing Bell" team breaks down the Department of Justice's antitrust overview and what it means for the technology industry.
Mike Isaac of The New York Times and Kevin Arquit, partner at Kasowitz Benson Torres and former FTC employee, break down the Department of Justice's broad review of Big Tech with CNBC's "Power Lunch" team.
Rebecca Kelly Slaughter, FTC commissioner who dissented, discusses why she made the decision and how she views antitrust and Big Tech with CNBC's "Power Lunch" team.
Stefanie Miller, Sandhill Strategy co-founder, and Tony Romm, Washington Post, join 'The Exchange' to discuss the DOJ's announcement that they would widen their antitrust search on tech companies and Facebook's FTC settlement.
CNBC's Jon Fortt and Farhad Manjoo from The New York Times discuss Facebook's record FTC fine, Amazon's Prime Day and more.
Roger McNamee, former Facebook advisor, and Mozelle Thompson, former FTC commissioner, join "Squawk Alley" to discuss Facebook's settlement with the FTC.