"The regulation of advertising that threatens the public's health, safety, and morals has long been considered a core exercise of the states' police powers," wrote the judge.
Spotify claims Apple is limiting choice, stifling innovation and "essentially acting as both a player and referee" in its App Store.
Sales are down after it "tightened its gun sales policy, banning sales of assault-style rifles and high-capacity magazines to people under 21," according to one report.
Two similar crashes are calling the safety of the new 737 MAX 8 aircraft into question. Several airlines and countries (but not the U.S.) have grounded it.
At the Shoptalk conference, "the message came through loud and clear: Expect more stores to incorporate the kind of digital data collection that has powered the online world."
The company's profit ($259 million) was down 69% from last year's $854 million. Still, there was some good news: Digital sales jumped 58% in fiscal 2018.
"Amazon's pop-up stores began appearing in shopping malls, Kohl's and grocery stores including Whole Foods stores... eventually planting a retail presence in 21 states."
Esketamine is a nasal spray similar to the anesthetic and party drug ketamine that Johnson & Johnson will market under the name Spravato.
Instant Brands makes the overnight food-prep sensation of the past decade, Instant Pot, while Corelle Brands markets such venerable products as Pyrex cookware.
The Children's Place will pay $76 million for rights to the Gymboree, Crazy 8 brands; Gap Inc. shelling out $35 million for company's Janie and Jack line.