Amazon has reached a deal with Germany's anti-trust authority to overhaul its terms of service for third-party merchants, who had complained of unfair treatment when selling through the world's biggest online retailer.
Amazon has reached a deal with Germany’s anti-trust authority to overhaul its terms of service for third-party merchants, acting to appease regulators as the EU announced its own investigation of the e-commerce giant.
Amazon’s use of merchants’ data triggered an EU antitrust investigation on Wednesday, as regulatory concerns mount around the world on how tech giants exploit customer information to reinforce their market power.
It started as a simple sales promotion, but Amazon's Prime Day has now morphed into a major phenomenon joined by scores of retailers jockeying with the US colossus for a bigger slice of the e-commerce pie.
Virgil Abloh’s super-hot fashion brand is being sued for alleged trademark infringement by OffWhite Productions, a New York-based marketing and design agency which has been using the name since the 1990s.
Britain has altered its plan for a tax on the UK sales of online giants such as Facebook and Amazon to prevent them from being double-taxed in cross-border transactions as other countries introduce similar levies.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday ordered an investigation into France’s planned tax on technology companies, a probe that could lead to the United States imposing new tariffs or other trade restrictions.