His loyal lieutenant will take Amazon’s helm as the company faces ever-growing scrutiny.
The social network has discussed an antitrust lawsuit against Apple, as tensions grow between the companies over how each treats consumer data.
The president threatened to upend a hard-fought compromise, but he may not get what he wants.
The company declared in newspaper ads that it was “standing up to Apple.” It’s a desperate ploy that’s unlikely to work.
The social network said it opposed changes that Apple was making to the tracking of apps and would provide information for an antitrust complaint against the iPhone maker.
App makers bridled at the 30 percent commission, which has drawn scrutiny from regulators looking into antitrust claims.
In a landmark antitrust complaint, the Justice Department is targeting a secretive partnership that is worth billions of dollars to both companies.
Apple and Google have a virtual monopoly on distributing mobile apps — that’s bad for competition.
The most patriotic thing that companies could do is help democracy work better.
Apple is the first U.S. company to reach $2 trillion in value, capping a staggering ascent that began in the pandemic.
It is less clear that tech executives’ strategy of evasive answers will continue to work now that lawmakers have begun doing their homework.
The chiefs of Amazon, Apple, Google and Facebook faced withering questions from Democrats about anti-competitive practices and from Republicans about anti-conservative bias.
The C.E.O.s are likely to argue before Congress that their companies aren’t anticompetitive. Here are the facts.
Members of Congress will be able to grill tech C.E.O.s at a hearing. Let’s hope they don’t waste the opportunity.
The bosses of four tech giants are preparing to defend themselves at a congressional hearing against claims of anti-competitive behavior.
The tech C.E.O.s will appear together at a congressional hearing on Wednesday to argue that their companies do not stifle competition.
A congressional hearing on Monday should address this imbalance.
The move, which affects suppliers to major international brands including Apple, Ralph Lauren and Tommy Hilfiger, could force companies to sever some ties to China.
We’re about to find out. A gathering of the four horsemen of the Techopolypse could be an epic show.
He read off dozens of prominent names from Wall Street, Silicon Valley and the sports world. At least one person on the list was surprised to be on it.