We’ll leave it to you whether Chillin’ Competition is serious with their posting about DG Comp’s beach investigation, but otherwise we’re hoping to bring clarity about such key issues as China, the NCAA decision, Amazon, SEPs, protectionism, sentencing, discounts, and evidence.
Highlights from Josh Wright’s Interview A commitment to evidence-based antitrust also means that the agency shouldn’t get ahead of itself in restricting conduct with known consumer benefits and only theoretical (i.e., not empirically established) harms. Thom Lambert (Truth on the Market)
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