Congressional backers of giving the Federal Trade Commission more powers to recover ill-gotten gains will need a host of skills. But the most important one may be ensuring they can count to 60.
The Federal Trade Commission has long protected individual consumers from scams, but now it’s devoting more attention to scams that target businesses. This reflects a fundamental broadening of the agency’s sense of its mission.
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The Federal Trade Commission is fending off attacks from a growing chorus of congressional critics. Its next steps are crucial.
President Joe Biden issued an executive order pushing the Federal Trade Commission to do more to promote competition in the labor and repair markets and to be more rigorous in reviewing corporate...
Much of the Federal Trade Commission’s work remains shrouded despite the commission’s first open meeting in decades.
Federal Trade Commission Chair Lina Khan, known for her Big Tech criticism, could face some political backlash in implementing a robust agenda, putting her in the same club as two outspoken...
Members of the US military and their families should look out for deceptive practices by GI bill-approved schools and a new wave of car rental scams, the Federal Trade Commission said in kicking...
It was clearly a new day in antitrust policy when Lina Khan assumed the chairmanship of the Federal Trade Commission June 15. Follow-up questions are therefore numerous and insistent.
The Department of Justice’s court challenge to Aon’s proposed acquisition of Willis Towers Watson will focus on the definition of large customers and how they will be harmed if the $30 billion...
In an era of amplification of unverified knowledge, Heidi Boghosian is on a quest to set the record straight about the complicated cultural question of privacy in the United States.
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