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The “move fast and break things” mantra of the tech world rubs up against a more rigid banking industry as the two find their way in the cloud—but is more legislation really necessary?
The European Commission has ordered Broadcom to cut out harsh contract terms with six TV and modem manufacturers because they may infringe antitrust rules. It’s the first time the agency has imposed “interim measures” in 18 years
The U.K. Serious Fraud Office has closed its investigation into manipulation of the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR), ending a probe that began more than seven years ago.
A newly published online directory offers employees of Fortune 500 companies 10 tips and other best practices for reporting sexual misconduct, ethical violations, and fraud.
NIST’s new Privacy Framework offers much-needed guidance to help companies align their data privacy and cyber-security risk management practices.
The SEC is taking a different approach to target initial coin offerings than it has in the past in the case of its complaint against Telegram Group and its wholly owned subsidiary TON Issuer.
Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) has introduced an updated version of his previously drafted data privacy bill that threatens jail time for executives at corporations that misuse Americans’ data.