YPF SA, the crude-oil producer seized by the Argentine government in 2012, and underwriters including Goldman Sachs Group Inc. won dismissal of an investor lawsuit in which the company was accused of making false statements before its March 2011 public offering.
Comcast Corp.’s proposed purchase of Time Warner Cable Inc. goes before U.S. regulators who may be more interested in ensuring Internet users can see Netflix Inc.’s videos than parsing the combined company’s market share.
Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew said in an interview with Bloomberg Television’s “Political Capital with Al Hunt,” airing this weekend, that he was briefed in March on an investigation of selective IRS screening of nonprofit groups though he didn’t learn details of the findings until last week.
As it fights to reclaim the power to require equal treatment of Internet traffic, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission has two paths in a regulatory battle pitting phone carriers against Web companies.
T-Mobile US Inc.’s pricing strategy is a potential roadblock for any Sprint Corp. takeover attempt because U.S. regulators want to preserve a maverick wireless company that offers subscribers lower rates.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission should scrutinize carefully whether Citigroup Inc.’s proposed sale of EMI Group’s music and publishing assets would hurt competition in the music industry, an advocacy group said.
AT&T Inc., the second-largest U.S. wireless carrier, introduced a plan that lets companies cover a customer’s cost for mobile-data charges on downloads of videos, music or apps, taking the toll-free model to Internet users.
House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi said in an interview on Bloomberg Television’s “Political Capital with Al Hunt,” airing this weekend, that while former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers and U.S. Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Janet Yellen are well-qualified candidates to become Fed chairman, “it would be great to have a woman” in the post.