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Case was the Federal Trade Commission’s first prosecution of an electronic toy maker involving the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act Jan.8, 2018 5:08 p.

ET Alexion Pharmaceuticals Inc.said Tuesday it will work with hedge fund Elliott Management Corp.

EU leaders put the ball in Britain’s court on trade talks as they reconvene in Brussels Updated Dec.ET BRUSSELS—European leaders agreed to advance Brexit negotiations but called on U.

Move seen strengthening Disney’s streaming, television businesses Updated Dec.14, 2017 2:52 p.

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4, 2017 8:02 a.ET BRUSSELS—Ireland will begin collecting €13 billion ($15.

, the publisher of Better Homes & Gardens and Allrecipes, has struck a deal to buy magazine publisher Time Inc.85 billion, a significant bet on the future of the magazine industry as media companies try to find their footing in an increasingly digital world.

63 billion) to upgrade 80 F-16 jet fighters, a Defense Ministry spokesman said on Sunday.Major General Abdullah Al Sayed Al Hashemi, Chief of the Military Committee and spokesman for the UAE Armed Forces was speaking at a news conference at the Dubai Airshow.

Head of Kremlin’s space agency pledges support for proposed lunar orbital project Sept.27, 2017 12:24 p.

25, 2017 11:02 a.ET General Electric Co.

Energy producer and retailer AGL Energy has agreed to sell its gas assets in north Queensland to a consortium that includes Chinese gas distributor Shandong.AGL did not disclose financial details of the transaction, which includes its 50 per cent stakes the Moranbah Gas Project joint venture, the North Queensland Energy joint venture and AGL's participation rights in the ATP1103 exploration licence for the Bowen Basin.

· The UK actors' union Equity is to allow work to go ahead on the next James Bond film despite its planned strike, according to Ananova.Members of Equity have reached a deal with Bond producers Eon to allow filming to go ahead despite the union urging actors not to sign up for work, which begins on or after December 1.

The ongoing drama about who will become president of the American actors' union took a new twist yesterday when the union's national board finally gave the go-ahead for an election rerun.The original election took place in November, when former Little House on the Prairie star Melissa Gilbert won with 45% of the vote.

Nicole Kidman plans to star in two sequels to Dogville, the Lars Von Trier film to be released next year.The Australian actor says she will play the same character for the Danish director in two more films.

Pierce Brosnan's James Bond will live to Die Another Day.The 49-year-old actor has said that he will return as Bond for the 21st movie in the series (his fifth as the superspy).

The Italian government last night claimed partial victory in its campaign to get the return of art works it says were stolen and smuggled out of the country on behalf of America's richest art institution.The culture ministry said that after "long and complex negotiation", a deal had been reached with the Getty museum in Los Angeles to restore 40 objects - 12 fewer than first demanded.

A year ago Jackson split with the studio behind the films, New Line Cinema, after a dispute over money.Last year studio representatives telephoned Jackson's production company to tell him that his services would not be required for the new films, which will be based on JRR Tolkien's The Hobbit, the fantasy novel that precedes The Lord of the Rings trilogy.

The three parties said it would "dramatically expand access" to books in the US, particularly those that are still in–copyright, but are out of print.The book rights registry that Google plans to establish will enable US authors and rights holders to register their work so they can be remunerated for online revenue from their books.