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The EU's top court has ruled that, for employees who don't work out of an office, time spent commuting to and from worksites counts as part of the workday.
Whether in tech or art, entrepreneurs in the German capital are creating a bright, new history for their city.
The Privacy Protection Commission has launched a blistering attack after trying to find out more about the U.S. social media giant's practices.
Nonprofit B Lab is tasked with issuing the certificates and looks at a company's contribution to the environment, community and employees.
The investigation is expected to take place next year, but a strategy document has already been drafted.
In another antitrust investigation, the search giant is accused of distorting Internet search results to favor its shopping service.
The London-based payment processing company announced a new 'tokenisation' service that allows customers to pay on a mobile device without credit card information being disclosed.
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In a committee report, the tech giant is putting its foot down about where people can be 'forgotten' online.
Uber's chief executive promised to create 50,000 new jobs this year across Europe in cities that are willing to reach deals to help his firm operate.
The legislation would allow publishers to force Google and other sites to pay for re-publishing headlines or news snippets.
The company is closing a whopping 13 percent of its restaurants in Germany following an undercover report that exposed the locations' expired food, sanitary violations and bad working conditions.
While parliament has no power to dismember a firm, the vote highlights the underlining, widespread concern among EU politicians about American dominance of the Internet industry.
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