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The Minnesota-based supermarket chain says technology installed after the first attack greatly reduced the severity of the second
Apple could have received significant tax reductions from Irish authorities. We'll find out tomorrow whether it did or not.
District attorneys for Los Angeles and San Francisco allege that Uber—and other ridesharing companies—have taken part in unlawful business practices. Uber doesn't think so.
Microsoft, Google and some other tech companies are backing Facebook.
BMC claims that ServiceNow infringes patents in its core products
The European Commission competition chief said there were solid arguments against several aspects of Google's proposals
The country says it has no knowledge of attacks against US transportation contractors.
The complaints should be dealt with in a common way, the authorities said
The human rights court objects to storing data for 20 years in a criminal database when charges were dropped
The company's in-app registration did not have a functional age-screen, FTC said
California regulators last week called the service illegal. But that hasn't stopped services like Lyft from operating like business as usual.
But mediating between passengers and unlicensed drivers is still illegal, the court ruled
California makes it illegal for businesses to fine or otherwise discourage customers from leaving negative reviews on sites like Yelp.
Prosecutor's office staff received travel, luxury cars, expensive jewelry, clothes and furniture in exchange for IT contract
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