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US: Google to team with banks

Google is planning to launch consumer checking accounts next year in partnership with Citigroup and Stanford University, The Financial Times reported on Wednesday (Nov. 13). Code-named Cache, the accounts will be handled by Citigroup and a credit union at Stanford University. The branding will reflect the...

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US: Google to team with banks

Google is planning to launch consumer checking accounts next year in partnership with Citigroup and Stanford University, The Financial Times reported on Wednesday (Nov....
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US: Anheuser-Busch to acquire smaller brewing companies

Three months after Anheuser-Busch InBev declined to make an offer to purchase the remaining stake of Portland-based Craft Brew Alliance (CBA), the...
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US: Microsoft says it will follow California’s digital privacy law

Microsoft stated in a blog post on Monday, November 11, that it would honor California’s privacy law throughout the United States, expanding...
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EU: Telia’s US$957M Swedish TV deal with Bonnier gets green light

Telia won conditional EU antitrust approval on Tuesday, November 12, for its US$957 million bid for Bonnier Broadcasting, a deal the Swedish...
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EU: De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek hires two in competition practice

De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek reinforced its international competition practice with the appointment of Helen Gornall as partner. In addition, Maikel van Wissen...
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UK: Royal Mail loses antitrust fine appeal

Judgment of the Tribunal in relation to an appeal against a decision of the Office of Communications (“Ofcom”) entitled “Discriminatory pricing in...
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EU: Commission halts antitrust investigation into Boeing’s plan to invest in Embraer

European regulators halted their in-depth antitrust investigation into Boeing’s plan to invest in Embraer, stating they had not received sufficient information from...

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