Microsoft faces potential fines of up to 10% of its global annual turnover if found guilty of breaching EU competition law. The EU’s scrutiny extends beyond Teams, as it probes Microsoft’s $13 ...
Microsoft failed to provide information on its generative AI risks. The EU isn't letting it slide ... SEE ALSO: Reddit's deal with OpenAI is confirmed. Here's what it means for your posts and ...
Microsoft could be fined up to 1% of its annual revenue in the European Union if it doesn’t respond to a request for information by May 27. The threat stems from a request made under the EU ...
formerly Twitter] Microsoft will unbundle its Teams platform from its popular Office suite around the world, expanding a policy it had implemented in Europe to assuage EU antitrust concerns ...
UPDATES after Commission clarified Microsoft had not fully responded to its initial request The EU on Friday told Microsoft to hand over internal documents or face fines as it examines generative ...
Back in March, the EU asked Microsoft and a number of other tech giants for information about systemic risks posed by generative AI tools. On Friday, the Commission said Microsoft failed to ...
The EU is concerned that ... two companies qualified as a merger deal. As part of that effort, the CMA looked into the minority investment deals agreed by Microsoft and Mistral.
Microsoft is bracing for a fresh round of antitrust charges in Europe, as the EU Commission prepares to take aim at the tech giant's dominance in the video conferencing market with its Teams software.
The CRM industry is booming, with fierce competition from major players like Salesforce (NYSE: CRM) and Microsoft Dynamics ... Eyes on HubSpot: The Deal Faces Regulatory Scrutiny" first appeared ...
Microsoft MSFT-0.16%decrease; red down pointing triangle plans a major shake-up of its videogame sales strategy by releasing the coming installment of “Call of Duty” to its subscription ...
This covered products belonging to Alibaba, Alphabet, Amazon, Apple, ByteDance, Meta, Microsoft and Snap ... meaning the company will face extra scrutiny over its use of algorithms, AI, content ...