Sen. Elizabeth Warren praised the Federal Trade Commission's antitrust probe of Subway's sale to Roark Capital over concerns it could create a sandwich shop monopoly.
Nvidia announced major jumps in revenue and net income in its latest earnings report amid the artificial intelligence boom, but the impact of export controls could hit certain markets.
Vivek Ramaswamy, a candidate for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, provided an outline of his "Three Freedoms of Crypto" framework Thursday.
Detroit-based General Motors said it plans to temporarily halt production of its fully autonomous Cruise Origin van, days after the unit said it was pausing all driverless operations.
EXCLUSIVE: Newly-uncovered information and internal communications show a firm that makes software to report climate data was involved in crafting relevant federal regulations.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon warned Texas it risks damaging its business-friendly image with laws aimed at punishing major Wall Street firms.
The Biden administration suddenly announced it would postpone a major oil and gas lease sale that it previously tried to cancel, but which the Inflation Reduction Act mandates.
The Senate confirmed Michael Whitaker as the new FAA administrator on Tuesday after the agency went more than 18 months without a Senate-confirmed leader.
A report by the National Association of Manufacturers found that the annual regulatory cost per employee for manufacturers is more than double the economy-wide average.
New England lobstermen are pushing back against new federal rules that expand restricted waters which could cut their business by at least 25%.
Microsoft completed its $69 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard after clearing a series of regulators’ hurdles since the deal was first announced in January 2022.
Republican state AGs say Biden Treasury Dept. net-zero "principles" for private sector financing are “compulsion of the green cabal" that "fly in the face" of legal scrutiny.
Republican presidential hopefuls are set to square off in Simi Valley, California, on Wednesday against the backdrop of high energy prices that are hurting consumers.
The Biden administration is warning lenders that they need to give specific reasons for taking negative action against borrowers, and cannot rely on artificial intelligence.
A Federal Trade Commission judge ruled against Intuit on Friday, finding the company engaged in deceptive advertising by offering customers "free" tax preparation with TurboTax.
Gatekeepers will be required to make their messaging apps interoperate with competitors, allowing users to decide which apps to pre-install on their devices.
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For Labor Day 2023, here's a principled plan for workers 'to make their own choices.' It will help create an era of strong families, stable jobs and soaring incomes.
Federal financial regulators proposed new rules for large banks that aren't classified as systemically important related to their long-term debt holdings and their "living wills."
Artificial intelligence tools are being deployed more widely in a variety of contexts, bringing both benefits and potential public relations risks at times when AI goes awry.