Chief executives of four tech giants — Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google — are set to defend their companies, painting them as US success stories in a fiercely competitive world during a major antitrust hearing.
Big Tech executives faced an onslaught of criticism from US lawmakers at the high-stakes antitrust hearing which could lay the groundwork for tougher regulation of the major internet platforms.
Chief executives of four Big Tech firms — including Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, Amazon's Jeff Bezos, Google’s Sundar Pichai and Apple's Tim Cook — gave virtual testimony before the US House Judiciary Committee's antitrust panel. Online viewers took to social media to ridicule several moments from the inquiry.
Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos, Tim Cook and Sundar Pichai virtually testify at a House Judiciary Antitrust Subcommittee hearing on the dominance of Amazon, App...
Antitrust fever hits a peak as lawmakers get ready to grill top executives of Facebook, Amazon, Google, and Apple over Big Tech dominance, which has become even more pronounced during the ongoing pandemic.
A congressional hearing on digital marketplace competition featuring the chief executives of four of the largest American tech companies has been rescheduled for Wednesday, a House subcommittee said on Saturday.
The US House Committee on the Judiciary on Monday announced that leaders of Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google will testify during an antitrust investigation hearing.
WWDC 2020, Apple's online developer conference, was full of huge announcements. If you weren't watching live to see what's coming next for macOS, iOS 14, iPa...
Apple said on Thursday it will increase spending with black-owned suppliers as part of a $100 million racial equity and justice initiative, while Google-owned YouTube said it will spend $100 million to fund black artists.
A federal judge said Apple Inc must face part of a lawsuit claiming it fraudulently concealed falling demand for iPhones, especially in China, leading to tens of billions of dollars in shareholder losses.
Apple has started designing and producing face shields for health workers, CEO Tim Cook revealed through a video tweeted on early Monday.
Apple more than doubled its donation to China's efforts to fight COVID-19 to over CNY 50 million, CEO Tim Cook posted on Weibo on Wednesday, weeks after the iPhone maker said it had opened all its 42 stores in one of its largest markets.
Apple CEO Tim Cook while answering questions at the company’s annual shareholder meeting on Wednesday said that it would open its online store in India this year, while its first retail stores opening would take place in 2021.
Apple is closely watching how the coronavirus outbreak is unfolding in South Korea and Italy, where the company has suppliers, Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook said in an interview.