Facebook Acquisition Review Shows EU's New Antitrust Power

BRUSSELS— Facebook Inc. has hit a new obstacle in Europe in its planned takeover of a small New York-based startup, showing how antitrust muscle-flexing is increasingly affecting deals an ocean away. With a new interpretation of an old law, European Union competition

Robinhood Prices IPO at $38 a Share

Robinhood Markets Inc. priced its initial public offering at $38 a share, at the low end of expectations, after the popular trading platform met tepid demand for its highly anticipated debut. The price chosen by the company and its underwriters is at

Facebook's Ad Business Poised to Post Another Strong Quarter

Facebook Inc. is expected to post sharp growth in quarterly revenue and profit, fueled by robust digital ad spending, as it continues to face regulatory scrutiny over the size and influence of its platforms. The social-media company’s second-quarter earnings report, due Wednesday

Judge Extends Facebook Antitrust Deadline

WASHINGTON—The Federal Trade Commission has until Aug. 19 to file an amended version of its antitrust lawsuit against Facebook Inc. after a judge granted the agency an extension. Judge James E. Boasberg of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia

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