Robinhood and other retail brokerage firms generate revenue by way of high-volume merchants at the behest of customers. Photo: Andrew Herrer / Bloomberg News December 17, 2020 at 9:17 a.m. ET WASHINGTON – Robinhood Financial LLC has agreed to pay ula 65 million to end regulatory claims that it has …Read More »
But coffee Inc. LKNCY 1.63% Has agreed to pay 180 180 million to end regulatory claims, which has made its books to make growth look stronger and meet earnings targets. Announcing the fines to the Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday, the Chinese company revealed that some of its executives …Read More »
European officials want new powers to oversee the internal affairs of large tech companies such as Facebook Inc., FB -0.55% The multibillion-dollar leer is backed by threats of fines as they seek to expand their role as global tech implementers. The European Union’s executive branch on Tuesday proposed two bills …Read More »
Apple Pal and Antitrust: The ‘Fortnight’ controversy is costly enough for the U.S. Could pave the way for a serious investigation of the company.
Apple Pal Inc. The four tech giants facing antitrust scrutiny seem the least sensitive, but there are signs that could change. In a move that appeals to the growing objections among developers, Apple Paul wants to silence AAPL, + 1.24% The iPhone maker, which runs on its digital platform, said …Read More »
The size of the text NIO EP9 Autonomous Electric Vehicle. Linta Zhang / Getty Images On Wednesday, the House of Representatives unanimously passed a bill that would set the stage for listing Chinese companies on U.S. exchanges, including electric vehicle manufacturers. Expang, And Li Auto Toe. NIO (Ticker: NIO) Other …Read More »