Timothy Wu, who was the intellectual architect of much of the Biden administration’s competition policy, says the US has moved to an antitrust era that connects to democratic roots. Congressional intent assures its longevity, he told FTCWatch in a...
At first glance, the Federal Trade Commission’s complaint targeting the Amgen-Horizon deal seems ill-conceived and overbroad, but on second look there may be a hidden logic behind it. The history of the two companies could also become a factor in the analysis.
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Senate and House lawmakers are beginning the hard work of trying to find common ground between the parties about how to overhaul the nation’s antitrust laws.
In recalling his proudest moments as head of the Federal Trade Commission’s competition bureau, Ian Conner doesn’t zero in on headline-grabbing cases such as Facebook.
The Federal Trade Commission has launched a new initiative to aid lower-income consumers who are the targets of fraud.
Congress will again consider a measure that could increase the Federal Trade Commission’s ability to help consumers find better options for repairing certain products.
Senator John Sherman, the author of the first and some argue most significant anti-monopoly bill, was one of the most important American statesmen of the 19th century. Unfortunately, for...
Associated Community Services and its affiliates have settled charges of conning people into donating to charities that failed to offer the services promised.