You are viewing issue# 793

FTC, Minnesota Seek En Banc Review On Lundbeck

The Federal Trade Commission and the state of Minnesota have petitioned for an en banc review by the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals in their lawsuit against Lundbeck, Inc., a drug company that sells a medicine used to treat a life-threatening heart condition suffered by premature infants.


Read More

Congress, Privacy Groups Seek Facebook Scrutiny

Federal Trade Commission Chairman Jon Leibowitz isn’t likely to be friending Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg anytime soon. But that doesn’t mean he is investigating him. Yet.

FTC Suggests Voluntary Compliance On the Way

A national Do Not Track list that would let Internet users opt out of having their keystrokes and clicks monitored by websites and marketers is on the way – but the Federal Trade Commission doesn’t...

Mica Makes Another Run At FTC Building

U.S. Rep. John Mica, R-Fla., has introduced yet another bill to give the Federal Trade Commission building at 600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW to his friends at the National Gallery of Art.

Antitrust Prosecutors Seek Probe of DOJ Officials

The Justice Department is stirring heated controversy with its proposal to shutter four of its seven regional antitrust field offices—Cleveland, Dallas, Atlanta and Philadelphia—and consolidate the...

New Electronic Payment Rules

New electronic payment rules went into effect October 1 that may lower the cost of doing business for companies that accept payment by credit or debit card.

Frostwire

Frostwire LLC, a peer-to-peer file-sharing application developer, has settled charges that its software would likely cause users to unwittingly expose sensitive personal files stored on their...

Auto Sales Workshop

Microsoft and Skype

US, EU Best Practices

Attorneys General Support Cordray

Mortgage Rules Unveiled at CFPB

AAI Fifth Annual Conference Planned

Morgan Stanley

Refrigerant Compressors

California Real Estate

Hitachi-LG Data Storage Inc.

Furukawa Electric Co.

Japanese Freight

Four Loko

FTC Briefs

DOJ Briefs