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EU Antitrust Action Against Apple

EU Antitrust Action Against Apple there will be “less innovation and fewer choices for customers” due to the “exclusionary impact.” The European Union (EU) is increasing its antitrust examination of Apple Inc. (AAPL), with the digital wallet Apple Pay being a particular focus. As far as European authorities are concerned, Apple is stifling competition by denying its devices’ hardware and software access to competitors developing mobile wallet apps. Margrethe Vestager,

New Accessibility Features

People with Disabilities Will Have Access To New Navigation, Health, and Communication Tools Updates to Apple’s software will soon make it easier for people with different impairments to “browse, connect, And get the most out of Apple devices,” the company said on May 17, 2022. The company claims it has made significant strides in hardware, software, and machine learning to bring about forthcoming improvements. Later in 2022, Apple will release

"Emerging Injury Crisis"

In 2021, almost 20% of Amazon’s delivery drivers will sustain injuries, a 40% increase from 2020. According to a union-sponsored report, nearly 20% of, Inc. (AMZN) delivery drivers were injured on the job in 2021, up 40% from 2020. Third-party delivery services, lawmakers, and advocates for workers’ rights allege that Amazon puts production targets and other measures of efficiency ahead of driver safety. As a result, regulatory agencies like

Reaction to Apple's (AAPL

On September 7, 2022, Apple Inc. (AAPL) held an event called “Far Out,” revealing several significant new products reaction to Apple’s (AAPL). There was a new iPhone in the 14th generation, updated AirPods, and three new Apple Watch models. As the event concluded in the afternoon of September 7, 2022, Apple’s stock was trading at approximately $156, up by around $1.25, or about 0.8%, on the day, indicating minimal shocks