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
A compromise put forth by France, Germany, and Spain has been rejected by the Eastern European member states, Ireland as
The fine is for market domination abuse that lasted from 2006 until 2016, according to the European Commission.
The EU antitrust fine on Google might contribute to the simmering trade war between the European Union and the United