Antitrust enforcers have received mixed receptions on Capitol Hill in recent weeks.
There are getting to be an awful lot of cooks clustered around the antitrust soup kettle. The question is what to do about it.
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Big changes are afoot in consumer protection and antitrust enforcement as key people in the arena move out of their spots and new players take their places.
Even as the Senate Judiciary Committee, finally, on September 20, voted on William Baer’s nomination to head the Justice Department’s antitrust division, the 12-5 favorable tally came so late in...
Veterinarians are growling over an FTC workshop that will discuss whether pet-owners should have more choice over where they can get their pet prescriptions filled.
The Federal Trade Commission’s recent decision to approve, without conditions, Universal Music Group’s $1.9-billion acquisition of EMI Recorded Music has not quelled the fierce debate about the...
Every corporate food fight seems to eventually make its way to the FTC. This time the eatery chains in question are Cracker Barrel, the homespun Southern-themed restaurant chain based in Tennessee,...
Macdonald Dettwiler, Space Systems
FTC, DOJ building more bridges to India, China
Oct. 1– Commissioner Julie Brill will deliver the keynote address at the Better Business Bureau’s National Advertising Division Annual Conference, at 9 a.m., at the Battery Park Ritz Carlton in New...
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