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Union says Amazon continues to interfere with election at Alabama warehouse

A U.S. retail workers' union has accused Amazon.com Inc of unlawfully interfering with a union election at an Alabama warehouse where the company had already been found to have engaged in unlawful conduct to...

BlackBerry loses bid to dismiss BlackBerry 10 lawsuit in NY

A US judge rejected BlackBerry Ltd's bid to dismiss a long-running lawsuit claiming it defrauded shareholders by inflating the success and profitability of its BlackBerry 10 smartphones, and said the class-action case could go...

New York criminal case against Huawei still far from trial

A three-year-old criminal case against the Chinese telecommunications equipment maker Huawei is still far from going to trial in New York, despite an agreement in the case that let Huawei's CFO go free. During a...

New York accuses Amazon of backsliding over worker safety

New York state's attorney general has asked a state judge to appoint a monitor to oversee worker safety at an Amazon.com Inc fulfilment centre in New York City, citing the retailer's alleged rollbacks of...

US state attorneys general probe Instagram’s effect on kids

A bipartisan coalition of US state attorneys general has said it has opened a probe into Facebook, now known as Meta Platforms, for promoting its subsidiary Instagram to children despite potential harms. The investigation, involving...

US states file updated antitrust complaint against Alphabet’s Google

A group of US states led by Texas have filed an amended complaint against Alphabet Inc's Google accusing the tech giant of using coercive tactics and breaking antitrust laws in its efforts to boost...

NYC will not enforce restaurant customer data-sharing law while DoorDash sues

New York City agreed to hold off on requiring food delivery companies to share customer data with restaurants, the subject of a recent lawsuit by DoorDash Inc. In a joint filing with the US District...

DoorDash sues New York over customer data law, second lawsuit in week

DoorDash Inc sued New York City over a new law requiring food delivery companies to share customer data with restaurants, saying it violates customer privacy and lets restaurants compete unfairly. The lawsuit is the latest...

City in Texas to offer Samsung tax breaks to build $17 billion chip plant

The city of Taylor, Texas - one of two locations in the state under consideration by Samsung Electronics for a $17 billion chip plant - plans to offer extensive property tax breaks if it...

New York City approves licenses, commission caps for food-delivery apps

The New York City Council has approved legislation to license food-delivery apps including Grubhub, DoorDash and Uber Eats and to permanently cap commissions they can charge restaurants. The companies say the price controls are unfair...

Amazon loses bid to stop New York from probing COVID-19 standards

A federal judge has dismissed Amazon.com Inc's lawsuit to block New York's attorney general from investigating the online retailer's ability to protect warehouse workers from COVID-19. US District Judge Brian Cogan in Brooklyn rejected Amazon's...

Some Twitter staff return to offices in New York, San Francisco

After more than 16 months of working from home, some Twitter Inc employees in San Francisco and New York have returned to the office as the company reopened its corporate campuses at 50% capacity...