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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The Federal Trade Commission might lose more rulemaking power and some employees might experience less job security as the agency faces emerging threats.
Commissioner Rebecca Kelly Slaughter tweeted about the Federal Trade Commission’s role and “how we can be antiracist” in 2020. Such policies could have unintended effects, says the outgoing...
The Federal Trade Commission is nearing the final stage of its latest update on selling eyeglasses.
University of Washington researchers found the Federal Trade Commission’s guides on endorsements and testimonials have a real-world effect on content creators and consumer engagement.
The Federal Trade Commission is becoming a one-person band dominated by the chair, two Wharton School professors concluded.
Constitutional defenses based on the separation of powers have become something of an antitrust fad, but they aren’t necessarily a winner.
Navigating the difficulties of the media business requires an ability to pivot quickly and a knowledgeable tour guide. Ben Smith, a top-notch journalist and an accomplished entrepreneur, is such a person.