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Media group Discovery has announced that the European Commission has granted unconditional antitrust clearance to the company’s proposed acquisition of telecoms giant AT&T’s WarnerMedia business.

The General Court of the European Union has upheld an earlier ruling that the International Skating Union’s (ISU’s) actions in attempting to impede the staging of so-called breakaway events are in bre…

The European Commission (EC) has today (Monday) fined Nike more than €12.5m ($14.1

European football’s governing body Uefa has extended its partnership with the European Commission (EC), with the two parties stating their intention to tackle issues surrounding the transfer system and the role of agents within the game.

The International Skating Union (ISU) has expressed its “surprise and disappointment” after it was confirmed that the European Commission (EC) is to launch an investigation into current rules that enable the sport’s global governing body to ban skaters from its own competitions if they take part in non-approved events.

FIFPro and Uefa have stepped up the fight against third-party ownership (TPO) of football players by filing a joint complaint against the practice with the European Commission (EC).

Uefa, European football’s governing body, has agreed terms on a “historic” partnership with the European Commission (EC).

The European Commission (EC) has today (Wednesday) ruled that state aid granted to developers at German motorsport venue the Nuerburgring breached European Union (EU) regulations and must be paid back.

The European Commission (EC) has today (Thursday) launched a Convention on the Manipulation of Sports Competitions, while European football’s key stakeholders have joined forces to introduce a code of conduct which aims to set out the guiding principles for all players, referees, clubs and other officials on issues surrounding the integrity of the game.

The European Commission’s investigation into state support for Spanish football clubs is not part of a jealous witch hunt against the country, according to one of the complainants.

The European Commission has opened a three-pronged investigation into allegations that several Spanish Liga football clubs, including Real Madrid and Barcelona, benefited unfairly from state support.

The European Commission is to launch disciplinary proceedings against seven Spanish football clubs, including Barcelona and Real Madrid, over allegations of benefiting from favourable financial treatment from the state.