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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After a period in which billion-dollar deals were announced seemingly every week, antitrust lawyers are warning companies the window may be closing on new deals: If Democratic presidential...
The top antitrust officials at the Justice Department and the Federal Trade Commission do not see eye to eye on whether the promised benefits of proposed mergers should be viewed skeptically.
Drug prices, resort fees, and the tepid rate of economic growth.
Federal Trade Commission member Maureen Ohlhausen has thrown support behind China's plan to rein in the country's patchwork of local subsidies and regulations that might be restraining competition.
Tesla’s drive to sell its cars without going through dealers is back in the news.
Catherine Novelli was considered a natural fit when the US government needed an ombudsman to investigate Europeans’ complaints about privacy breaches under the Privacy Shield agreement, negotiators...
More and more, mergers are likely to be challenged and defended on the basis of their effects on innovation, in addition to their traditional effects on price. This change in the litigation...
If you’re a commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission and had a long day highlighted by being questioned by senators for almost two hours, how do you choose to spend your evening?
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Oct. 17 — FTC Commissioner Maureen Ohlhausen will speak at an American Bar Association panel on “Navigating Antitrust Investigations in China” from 12 p.m.-1:30 p.m. at Compass Lexecon in...
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