The European Commission has opened a formal investigation to assess whether Microsoft may have breached EU competition rules by tying
The European Commission has approved a €218 million Bulgarian scheme to support certain agricultural producers in the context of Russia’s
The European Commission has approved a €500 million scheme to support companies active in the context of Russia’s invasion of
The European Commission has issued A Statement of Objections to technology giant Apple outlining a list of suspected violations of
The EU Commission is putting forward legislation to introduce a universal charging port for all mobile phones and other electronic
Ireland has won the case while losing a payment of EUR 13 billion it would have otherwise gotten from Apple.
On 19 May, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron shook hands on a €500 billion recovery fund
Leaked documents from the European Commission seen by the Guardian show the EU’s executive body is moving to bar companies
The European Commission has deemed a €12 million state aid scheme to compensate event organisers in Denmark for losses incurred
Only about 3% of batteries for electric cars are presently made in the EU compared with some 80% in Asia.
Thomas Cook, one of the biggest holiday companies in Europe, collapsed in dramatic fashion on Monday, with consequences ricocheting from