The honeymoon period for giant internet companies is long gone, and no one is under more scrutiny than Google.
A ruling in Oracle's favor would help address the fundamental inequity of how Google has built its business.
Only Energy Transfer CEO Kelcy Warren has donated to the Trump campaign in the last two months, having given £10 million to a pro-Trump super-PAC on top of other generous donations at the end of August, according to data released on Sunday.
As negotiations over a potential Oracle-Walmart deal simmer, a Trump administration order that could remove TikTok from Apple and Google app stores is looming.
A ruling in Google's favor would have significant negative implications for not only the software industry, but also for musicians, news publishers, health care professionals and the U.S. economy writ large.
President Donald Trump told reporters before leaving for Saturday's North Carolina rally that the deal will "have nothing to do with China" and will be "totally secure."
Software giant Oracle has emerged as a frontrunner in the takeover bid of TikTok after Microsoft confirmed that the app's parent company ByteDance rejected its offer for control over its U.S. operations.
Oracle's winning bid is just part of the company's inner workings closely related with the White House to win contracts worth billions of dollars.
Reports from Reuters and from analysts polled by Bloomberg suggest it could fetch between $20 billion and $50 billion—a wildly higher price tag than the valuation of its peers.
The Supreme Court must reject a dangerous legal argument offered by Google.
The 'copyright case of the decade' is a $9 billion copyright infringement suit Oracle filed against the search giant, Google, nearly 10 years ago. Google is asking for the Supreme Court to hear the case. Will it happen?
Achilles the psychic cat dismissed expert opinions and predicted glory for the hosts in Thursday's game against Saudi Arabia.