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WASHINGTON—A Senate panel approved antitrust legislation forbidding the largest tech platforms from favoring their own products and services over competitors’, scoring a win for backers of stricter Big Tech regulation against fierce industry opposition. The American Innovation and Choice Online Act moves next to the Senate floor, where several senators said they wanted to see...

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Microsoft Corp.’s MSFT 0.22% acquisition of Activision Blizzard Inc. ATVI -0.19% aims to shake up the game industry by expanding the software giant’s library of blockbuster videogames and bolstering its efforts to entice consumers to its cloud-gaming service. The planned $75 billion deal would be Microsoft’s biggest ever and its most ambitious investment yet in...

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Microsoft Corp. agreed to buy Activision Blizzard Inc. in an all-cash deal valued at about $75 billion, using its largest acquisition by far to grab a videogame heavyweight that has been roiled by claims of workplace misconduct. The deal, if completed, would sharply expand Microsoft’s already sizable videogame operation, adding a stable of popular game...

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Activision Blizzard Inc. ATVI 1.90% has fired or pushed out more than three dozen employees and disciplined about 40 others since July as part of efforts to address allegations of sexual harassment and other misconduct at the videogame giant, according to people familiar with the situation. A summary of those personnel actions was scheduled to...

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Citigroup Inc. C -1.25% is sticking with its Covid-19 vaccine mandate for its U.S. workers. General Electric Co. GE 0.68% is not. The two American companies are going in opposite directions after the Supreme Court blocked Thursday the Biden administration’s rule that big employers require their employees to get vaccines or submit to testing. Citigroup,...

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Citigroup Inc. C -1.25% is sticking with its Covid-19 vaccine mandate for its U.S. workers. General Electric Co. GE 0.68% is not. The two American companies are going in opposite directions after the Supreme Court blocked Thursday the Biden administration’s rule that big employers require their employees to get vaccines or submit to testing. Citigroup,...

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Google misled publishers and advertisers for years about the pricing and processes of its ad auctions, creating secret programs that deflated sales for some companies while increasing prices for buyers, according to newly unredacted allegations and details in a lawsuit by state attorneys general. Meanwhile, Google pocketed the difference between what it told publishers and...

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Delta Air Lines Inc. DAL 2.27% said Thursday it expects to shake off the impact of Omicron, the fast-spreading Covid-19 variant that knocked the airline’s operation off course and damped revenue at the end of the year. The Omicron variant upended what airline executives had expected would be a smooth and lucrative holiday travel season....

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BEIJING—China’s car market snapped a three-year decline last year, helped by strong sales of electric vehicles, though the global chip shortage and Covid-19 outbreaks in the country disrupted some production. Sales of passenger cars in 2021 rose 4.4% from a year earlier to 20.1 million vehicles, the China Passenger Car Association said Tuesday. Helping drive...

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