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Taxi Drivers In Brussels Threaten Citywide Strike Unless Government Regulates Uber Drivers

Taxi Drivers In Brussels Threaten Citywide Strike Unless Government Regulates Uber Drivers
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Uber To Pay Licensing Fees, Revenue Tax To Operate In Mexico City

Uber To Pay Licensing Fees, Revenue Tax To Operate In Mexico City
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France Issues Ban On Taxi App Uber After Violent Paris Protests

Scofflaw taxi service Uber can no longer legally operate in France after the country's interior minister banned the company following violent protests against i...

Federal Trade Commission Steps Up Regulation Of Social Media Advertising

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is stepping up its regulation of social media being used to promote and advertise goods and services. This morning it announ...

Wall Street Already Busy Rewriting History For 2016 Election

Understandably top executives from the biggest U.S. banks are concerned about anti-Wall Street rhetoric on the 2016 campaign trail. The banks have, after all, ...

Insurance Companies Fight For Right To Be Risky, Bailed Out By Taxpayers

Insurance companies are already among Washington's biggest donors but that's not stopping them from ramping up efforts to fight the Federal Reserve over new rul...

FTC Lawsuit Leads To AT&T Reverse On Throttling 'Unlimited' Plans

In what is surely a coincidence and has nothing to do with a lawsuit by the FTC, AT&T has re-jigged its policy of limiting data transfer speeds for heavy users ...

Oil By Rail Faces Tough New Regulations, Eventually

U.S. and Canadian regulators unveiled tough new regulations on Friday that will require railways to transition to tougher tank cars and use new braking systems ...

First Approved Bitcoin Bank Launches in New York Next Month

Bitcoin will officially be part of the mainstream financial world next month when New York State's Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) publishes a regulato...

Nav Sarao: What You Need Know And Why He's Important

Nav Singh Sarao is the Briton blamed for causing the May 2010 Wall Street 'flash crash' where about $1 trillion was briefly wiped out from U.S. stock markets in...

HSBC To Flee London Because Of More Regulatory Oversight

After freshly paying a record fine for market manipulation schemes, HSBC Holdings, Europe’s biggest bank, said it will review whether to move its headquarters...