With lawmakers off to a slow start on dealing with antitrust legislation, the rest of the year is filled with uncertainty.
Big Data is always good to have, but sometimes it only needs to be “good enough.”
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As lawmakers debate how to spell out the Federal Trade Commission’s right to obtain redress from bad actors, the agency is tackling challenges in existing cases despite its stinging loss at the...
The Biden administration and lawmakers are working on ways to beef up antitrust enforcement in the healthcare sector.
Looking at the list of former Federal Trade Commission employees, a progressive watchdog group sees a trail of breadcrumbs to a few prestigious Washington law firms.
The Federal Trade Commission's employees remain ordered to work from home through September, while they await soon-to-be-updated guidance from the Office of Management and Budget.
Manipulating consumers into making unwise decisions is a sport as old as commerce, but it’s been given new reach and effectiveness by the technology of the Internet.
Eager to fight the discriminatory uses of artificial intelligence, the Federal Trade Commission has turned the focus on facial recognition technology.
The Federal Trade Commission is making strides in its ongoing crackdown against abusive debt collectors.
Lockheed Martin's planned acquisition of Aerojet could be aided in its US regulatory review by the prospect of a new entrant in the divert and attitude control systems market.
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