The internet giant is facing the Washington district court over charges of unlawfully monopolising the online search space.
The world's biggest tech companies face unprecedented legal scrutiny under the EU's sweeping Digital Services Act.
Facebook parent company Meta has launched Threads, a standalone microblogging app that rivals Twitter.
The company says it has reached an agreement to reduce its overall debt by $2.1 billion.
The company has been given five months to stop transferring users’ data to the US.
Toshiba's board has accepted a $15.2 billion buyout offer from a group led by Japan Industrial Partners.
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The world’s richest man has completed his takeover of Twitter.
Last month saw the appointments of new CEOs and MDs at ICASA, Kyocera Document Solutions, Lenovo, SAS and SITA (acting).
The company enters into a definitive agreement to be acquired by an investor group led by Permira and Hellman & Friedman.
Kimberly Taylor, Amira Abbas, Dr Mark Nasila and Dr Benjamin Rosman are solving critical challenges in society and achieving global recognition.
The semiconductor manufacturer will pay $61 billion for VMware. Following the closing of the transaction, the Broadcom Software Group will rebrand as VMware.
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