Crunch Report | Slack Raises $250 Million

Slack raises a pretty big chunk of change from SoftBank, the DOJ is investigating an Equifax stock dump and Google debuts payments app Tez in India. All this on Crunch Report.

Crunch Report | Rumors: Amazon’s New Echo Device

The U.S. Department of Justice has opened an investigation into Uber's use of Greyballing, we get the first look at the rumored Amazon Echo device and Facebook shuts down its VR filmmaking division. A

Crunch Report | DOJ Accuses Four People of 2014 Yahoo Hack

DOJ accuses four people of a 2014 Yahoo hack, Reid Hoffman joins Microsoft's board of directors, a new process for visualizing chips and solving Uber's navigation problem. All this on Crunch Report.

DoJ accuses two Russian spies and two criminals of 2014 Yahoo hack

The U.S. Department of Justice has confirmed earlier reports and accused two Russian FSB officers and two criminal hackers of being behind the hacking of at least 500 million Yahoo accounts.

Justice Department to probe of FBI’s handling of Clinton email case

The Inspector General of the Justice Department announced today that it is looking into allegations that the FBI acted improperly in regards to a number of issues connected with the 2016 election, par

U.S. Attorney General defends FBI case against Apple on Stephen Colbert’s show

As the iPhone unlocking case becomes more heated, United States Attorney General Loretta Lynch went on late night television to defend the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s stance.

Apple and the Justice Department enter the ‘open hostilities’ phase of iPhone unlocking case

A 43-page rebuttal from the Justice Department today characterized Apple’s earlier response to an iPhone unlocking request as “corrosive.” Shortly thereafter, an Apple press conferen

47 Startups That Launched At Y Combinator Winter 2015 Demo Day 2

Y Combinator got so big, it had to split its Demo Day in two. During today’s second wave we saw a variety of promising biotech, marketplace, enterprise, and financial tech startups. Yesterday we

Regulators Frosty On Possible Wireless Consolidation

Regulators are not enthused about a possible Sprint and T-Mobile U.S. merger agreement, voicing concerns that further consolidation of the market could lead to reduced competition. The New York Times

Apple Found Guilty Of Fixing Ebook Prices, Says It’s “Done Nothing Wrong” And Will Appeal

While publishers have agreed to a settlement in the ebook price-fixing case involving Apple and all the major book publishers, the federal judge has ruled that Apple is guilty of fixing ebook prices w

Is The Government Telling The Truth When It Says Your Data Is Secure?

<b>Editor’s note:</b> <em>David Teten is a partner with ff Venture Capital and founder and chairman of Harvard Business School Alumni Angels of Greater New York. </em> Modern encryption syste

Apple Responds To DOJ eBook Lawsuit, Calls it “Fundamentally Flawed” and “Absurd”

Last month, the U.S. Department of Justice <a href="">accused</a> Apple and a number of other large U.

The Tech Industry Takeaway From The Apple E-Book Lawsuit [TCTV]

The United States Department of Justice's <a href="">antitrust lawsuit filed yesterday</a> against Apple

Justice Department Wants To Postpone AT&T/T-Mobile Antitrust Case

When AT&T decided to regroup and withdraw their T-Mobile merger application a few weeks back, I'm not sure they expected it to backfire the way it just has. According to the <a href="http://online

AT&T Wants Their Competitors’ Antitrust Suits Dismissed

By now, we all know that the US Department of Justice filed an antitrust suit to block the AT&T/T-Mobile merger. Sprint and C Spire Wireless (formerly known as the Cellular South) have filed suits

AT&T Talks Asset Sales With Rivals In Time For First Hearing

It should come as no surprise that AT&T may have to <a href="">make a few sacrifices</a> to

Seven States Oppose AT&T/T-Mobile Merger, AT&T Isn’t Worried

“This proposed merger would stifle competition in markets that are crucial to New York's consumers and businesses, while reducing access to low-cost options and the newest broadband-based technologi

Congress Members Urge Obama To Approve AT&T/T-Mobile Merger

Fifteen members of Congress aren't too pleased with the Department of Justice's recent <a href="

AT&T Working On “Two-Track Plan” To Address T-Mobile Merger Concerns

In spite of the <a href="">antitrust lawsuit recent filed by the U.S. Department of Jus

AT&T Merger Fail Highlights Failure Of Spectrum Politics

Those reveling in the <a href="">thumb-in-the-eye</a> the DOJ gave to AT&T over the
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