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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The Federal Trade Commission has pursued corporate misconduct related to smart devices and apps in a trend expected to increase under the Biden administration.
The Federal Trade Commission needs help. That’s why it’s recruiting lawyers to deal with an onslaught of merger reviews and technologists to assist with its focus on Big Tech.
The Federal Trade Commission should examine the issues immigrants and refugees face when they attempt to rejoin their professions in the US, according to advocates for international medical graduates.
The Federal Trade Commission, under the chairmanship of Lina Khan, continued to take shape at its second open meeting on July 21, with mixed effects.
Marketers who sell bogus Covid-19 treatments should pay fines under a 2020 law passed to protect consumers, the Federal Trade Commission and Justice Department argue in a case against a doctor who...
Apple and a handful of Big Tech companies make unique products that can't be replicated by competitors, and that’s a problem — at least that’s what legislators and antitrust regulators increasingly...
US antitrust enforcers are still only partway through an investigation of the Lockheed Martin-Aerojet Rocketdyne combination, so it’s likely a decision is months away. Several factors also suggest...
In the 1950s, doctors at Washington University in St. Louis established a link between cigarette smoking and cancer. Since then, the federal government has kept a watchful eye on the tobacco industry.
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