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Tag Archives: Spain

Spain fines Google $1.2 million over privacy laws

MADRID — Spain’s data protection agency says it has fined search engine giant Google 900,000 euros ($1.2 million) for three serious breaches of the country’s laws. The agency says in a statement that it was imposing a fine of 300,000 ...

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An owl, a mouse and a fascinating job

Our small business is an example of what economists say is an increasingly common commercial enterprise: small businesses in which the owners perform all or most of the work.

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Law blog roundup

It’s Monday,  and you know what that means. No, Adele didn’t just win another Grammy. It’s time for the ol’ roundup. Here are some news items to get your week started. — Music-industry lawyers do not whistle to Spotify’s tune ...

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SunEdison sells solar energy systems to German company

SunEdison LLC of Beltsville, a worldwide solar energy services provider, said a German investment company purchased 33 megawatts of solar photovoltaic systems located in Italy and Spain. Terms of the transaction, including financial details, were not disclosed. The same company, ...

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Fed’s low rates pledge supports global stocks

LONDON — A pledge by the Federal Reserve to keep extremely low interest rates for another couple of years has calmed investors’ jitters, sending stock markets around the world higher Wednesday. The Fed’s surprise announcement Tuesday that it would likely ...

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