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FCC asks court to deny China Telecom services in U.S.
... this month. Chinese Telecom has no chance of succeeding on its claims, lawyers for the Justice Department and FCC wrote in a court filing on Wednesday, saying the firm has not addressed... ... for comment, was ordered by the FCC to suspend U.S. services by early January because of national security concerns. The FCC said that China Telecom is subject to exploitation... ... judicial oversight. It also provides services to Chinese government facilities in the United States . In March, the FCC began trying to revoke authorization for China Unicom Americas...
Updated: 11/24/2021
Ford, GM Motors and UAW push workers to disclose vaccination status
Three of Detroit's largest automakers are calling on employees with one ... ... representatives of Ford, Stellantis and General Motors met with the United Auto Workers UAW to agree on a policy that would encourage ... ... their employer. In a statement shared by the UAW on Tuesday, it stated that each company would provide separate information on ... ... November 12, because of the court order freezing the mandate. The Department of Justice has filed an appeal to unfreeze the court's hold on implementing ...
Updated: 11/24/2021
U.S. antitrust officials block Dreyfus Sugar deal
... antitrust officials sued to block Louis Dreyfus Co.s deal to sell its Imperial Sugar unit to closely held U.S Richest Man Shoes at Walton Family Playbook on Succession Osaka... ... Sugar . None Asia s Richest Man Looks at Walton Family Playbook on Succession None of New York City is building a Wall of Oysters to Fend Off Floods. From bathhouses to fisheries, Hidden Inflation Is Creeping Across Japan The Justice Department said Tuesday that the tie-up would leave 75% of refined sugar sales in the...
Updated: 11/23/2021
Elizabeth Warren calls for investigation into poultry prices
Sen. Elizabeth Warren has asked the Department of Justice to open an investigation into anti-competitive practices by the poultry industry as turkey prices soar ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday. Sen. Elizabeth Warren has asked the Department of Justice to open an investigation into anti-competitive ...
Updated: 11/23/2021
UN expert: Texas law could undermine democracy
A UN human rights expert said on Monday that electoral laws in some parts of the United States including Texas could undermine democracy by depriving millions of citizens who ... ... his preliminary observations, which de Varennes said he had shared with U.S. State Department officials earlier in the day. The Democrats have made election reform a priority... ... voter fraud in the 2020 election. According to the nonpartisan Brennan Center for Justice , 19 states have passed laws making it harder to vote. The Republicans in Congress...
Updated: 11/23/2021
Supreme Court declines to hear case over New Jersey bid to pull out of agency
... corruption on the New York and New Jersey waterfront. The decision leaves the door open for future legal disputes between the two states that share jurisdictions over the busiest container port on the East Coast. The Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor has opposed New Jersey 's attempts to withdraw from the agency, which was created nearly 70 years ago to police ... ... Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy wanted to withdraw the state from the agency after a 2018 law. The Supreme Court issued a brief to the Justice Department last month discouraging it from taking the case. The court s rejection of that petition wouldn't preclude further judicial ...
Updated: 11/22/2021
American Airlines, JetBlue ask U.S. judge to dismiss lawsuit over Northeast Alliance
... Department said the alliance would cost consumers hundreds of millions of dollars. The Justice Department and states should allow the alliance to prove itself in the market, according to the airlines... ... interest in greater competition, where American and three other airlines control 80% of the domestic air market. The agreement allows American and JetBlue to sell each... ... frequent flyer programs in a move that will give them more muscle to compete with United Airlines and Delta Air Lines in the Northeast. The Justice Department said that...
Updated: 11/22/2021
Coronavirus | Business lobby group launches attack on FTC
... Commissioner nominee Lina M. Khan testifies at a Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee hearing on the nomination of former Senator Bill Nelson to NASA administrator, on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S. April 21, 2021. FTC Commissioner nominee ... ... group about a series of actions spearheaded by FTC Chair Lina Khan . Friday, Alphabet Inc's Google GOOGL.O asked the U.S. Justice Department to requise Jonathan Kanter, the newly confirmed head of the department's Antitrust Division, because of his work for ...
Updated: 11/20/2021
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