Tagged With ACCC

The real meaning of an 'unlimited' mobile data plan


Transurban's bid to buy Sydney toll road WestConnex has been cleared by the ACCC


Australian broadband users are finally doing what the NBN wants



Australia's biggest hotel group, Meriton, has been fined $3 million for trying to manipulate TripAdvisor reviews


Europcar is being taken to court for allegedly overcharging on credit card fees


The competition watchdog has launched its first lawsuit against a company for 'gun jumping' -- here's what that means



Here's how much Australians will save on power bills under the ACCC's plan


Amaysim shares are getting beaten up after accusations of 'misleading' discounts


Air New Zealand's $15 million fine for cargo price fixing makes it the 14th airline penalised for cartel rip-offs


Australian court fines Apple $9 million, rules customer rights still hold if someone else repairs your iPad or iPhone


Global investment bank execs charged with criminal cartel offences in Australia


Cartel charges over ANZ shares are a wake-up call to the Australian market



Moody’s says the cartel conduct charges against the ANZ Bank are 'significant' and credit negative


Deutsche Bank and Citibank are also facing criminal cartel charges in the ANZ shares case


The ANZ bank is facing criminal cartel charges over trading in its shares


Wilson Security is refunding $740,000 to clients for 48,000 patrols it didn't do



Optus has been fined $1.5 million for pushing customers onto the NBN earlier than they needed to


Australians lost a record $340 million last year to scammers


The competition watchdog is worried about Transurban buying Sydney's $17 billion WestConnex toll road


A Toyota supplier from Japan was just given the biggest fine in Australian history for cartel behavior