WASHINGTON, Feb 14- Two former sales executives of Japan's NHK Spring Co Ltd have been indicted for allegedly fixing the price of a part used in computer hard disk drives, the Justice Department said on Friday. Hitoshi Hashimoto and Hiroyuki Tamura, who had been executives at NHK, were indicted on Thursday in California on charges of being part of a price-fixing...
Trump's comments came after Democrats accused him of improperly pressuring the Justice Department to sharply reduce a recommended prison sentence for Roger Stone.
The Sprint and T-Mobile merger has finally been approved after two years, and some are concerned that the deal will open the floodgates for other mergers that could have potential to hurt consumers. Gigi Sohn, a distinguished fellow with the Georgetown Institute for Tech Law and Policy and former counselor to FCC Chairman Wheeler, joins "Squawk Box" to discuss why she's been a vocal critic of the deal.
Trump had blasted the first proposed sentence for his longtime ally Roger Stone.
WASHINGTON, Feb 11- The Federal Trade Commission has issued special orders to Alphabet Inc's Google unit, Amazon.com Inc, Apple Inc, Facebook Inc and Microsoft Corp to provide information on mergers that were too small to report to antitrust regulators, the FTC said on Tuesday. The queries occur as the Justice Department, the FTC, state attorneys general and the...
WASHINGTON, Feb 11- The Federal Trade Commission has issued special orders to five big tech companies- Alphabet Inc's Google unit, Amazon.com Inc, Apple Inc, Facebook Inc and Microsoft Corp- to provide information on mergers that were too small to report to antitrust regulators, the FTC said on Tuesday. The queries occur at a time when the Justice Department, the FTC,...
President Donald Trump's ally Roger Stone was convicted of lying to Congress about his contacts with WikiLeaks and witness tampering.
A U.S. District judge ruled in favor of Sprint's deal to merge with T-Mobile. CNBC's "Squawk Box" crew report.
Attorney General William Barr said Monday that the Department of Justice will accept and review information gathered by President Donald Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, who has been investigating the Bidens in Ukraine.
WASHINGTON, Jan 30- The U.S. Justice Department said on Thursday it will hold a public meeting on Feb. 19 to discuss the future of a federal law which largely exempts online platforms from legal liability for the material their users post. 'will explore the expansive interpretation of the law by courts, it's impact on citizens, businesses and will look at whether...
WASHINGTON, Jan 30- The U.S. Justice Department said on Thursday it will hold a public meeting on Feb. 19 to discuss the future of a federal law which largely exempts online platforms from legal liability for the material their users post.
President Donald Trump, in a CNBC interview Tuesday, stepped up his war of words on Apple's refusal to unlock iPhones for authorities in criminal cases.
Starr, Dershowitz and Pam Bondi will defend Trump at the impeachment trial. Former Whitewater prosecutor Robert Ray is expected to join the team.
Apple and the Trump administration are facing off publicly over the tech company's refusal to let officials access the iPhone of the Pensacola gunman. CNBC's Jon Fortt and Steve Kovach, tech editor for CNBC.com, join "Squawk Box" to discuss Tim Cook's impact on Apple since taking over for Steve Jobs nearly 10 years ago.
The meeting between NCAA executives and the DOJ's antitrust chief, Makan Delrahim, occurred in November, shortly after the NCAA announced its April deadline for unveiling next steps in the matter.
Apple disputed Attorney General William Barr's assessment that it has failed to provide law enforcement with "substantive assistance" in unlocking the password-protected iPhones used by the shooting suspect at a Navy base in Pensacola, Florida last month, but still refused his main request to provide a backdoor. CNBC's Josh Lipton reports.
Jeffrey Epstein died in August from what has been ruled a suicide by hanging in a Manhattan jail. Conspiracy theories surrounding the death of the former friend of Donald Trump and Bill Clinton have swirled ever since.
The Department of Justice is preparing to take action against Live Nation, alleging the company violated its 2010 settlement and made concert venues use its dominant TicketMaster subsidiary.
The 10 are accused of claiming reimbursements for expensive medical equipment that never was actually purchased.
U.S. Attorney General William Barr said on Tuesday that he hoped to have Justice Department investigations of the big tech platforms completed next year.