The targets: industries with just a few dominant companies.
Academic competition pressures families to enroll children in tutoring courses. But some parents are resisting.
It's an attempt to gain leverage over China.
"It's a basic conflict of interest," says one small-biz advocate.
NYU finance professor Thomas Philippon argues that U.S. markets are no longer as free and competitive as they were a few decades ago.
When managing a shopping center, "every day is a fresh opportunity for creative problem solving."
Europe's top antitrust official: If there's no regulation, "you have just the laws of the jungle and not the laws of democracy"
Margrethe Vestager, the European Commissioner for Competition, says Facebook doesn't need to know the name of your dog or your mother's maiden name.
Its quest for world domination continues.
A lot of U.S. manufacturers are holding back on investing in the latest technology. That’s according to a new report from the Boston Consulting Group. Companies are coming up short on investments in what’s called Industry 4.0 — an umbrella term for advanced robotics, augmented reality, big data and analytics, and other tech. This lack […]