GENEVA - The European Union signaled Tuesday that it was prepared to scrap tariffs on billions dollars (euros) worth of high-tech exports from the United States, Japan and Taiwan, which were ruled illegal by the World Trade Organization last month.
BRUSSELS - The European Union opened two antitrust investigations against IBM Corp.
BRUSSELS - The European Commission said Thursday it does not object to Google digitizing 160,000 books in the archives of the National Library of the Netherlands if they will be made publicly available.
BRUSSELS - The European Union's antitrust chief said Wednesday he is looking "very carefully" at allegations that Google Inc.
BRUSSELS - A U.S. software company has asked European Union regulators to stop Germany's SAP from tactics that it says illegally exclude it from a lucrative market for programs that help companies price their products.
- EU warns against proprietary software
- EU unveils "digital agenda" to increase use of Web
- US reluctant to spark trade disputes with China
- EU to seek publication of anti-piracy deal
- EU: Iran must stop jamming Internet, broadcasts
- Microsoft rival: browser downloads double
- Microsoft rival: antitrust measures helping
- European Web downloads cost euro10 billion
- European Web downloads cost euro10 billion in '08
- EU: 100 million Microsoft users to choose browser
- New EU rules limit Internet charges for cell phone
- Google warned by EU over Street View map photos
- Toyota to recall over 50,000 Prius in Europe
- Microsoft: Google likely to face questions on ads
- EU clears Oracle takeover of Sun
- Microsoft cuts IP address storage to 6 months
- EU Internet head backs Google threat to quit China
- EU would have to check France's Google tax plan
- EU nations divided on use of airport body scanners
- Microsoft, EU close chapter of antitrust battle
- Microsoft to let Europeans pick browser in EU deal
- EU drops Microsoft browser charges
- EU drops antitrust case against Rambus
- EU drops Qualcomm antitrust probe
- EU extends Oracle/Sun review deadline until Jan 27
- EU agrees on new Internet user rights
- EU prepares to settle Microsoft browser case
- Dell wins EU OK to get euro54.5 million Polish aid
- Dell wins EU OK to get 54.5 million Polish aid
- EU adviser: Google ads don't infringe trademarks
- EU advisor: Google ads don't infringe trademarks
- EU gives details of Intel's sales tactics
- EU cites emails to support Intel anti-trust case
- EBay calls on EU to change luxury brand rules
- Intel: $1.4B EU monopoly fine based on mistakes