The year ends with some of our old favorites—Google, pharm, cartel, and high-tech—but also with authorities sending confusing messages, political interference, and pleas for common sense. But one message is timeless: Happy Holidays and New Year, everyone! Thanks for reading, and see you in 2015.
Investors and Consumers Competition law works to benefit society, not necessarily investors in individual companies. Kevin Coates (21st Century Competition)
FTC Milestones: Cold War chills report on International Petroleum Cartel What happened next no doubt reflects the sensitivities of America at the beginning of the Cold War, and later events, such as the formation of OPEC, dramatically changed the competitive dynamic of world oil markets. Kelly Signs (FTC) NOTE: This is one of an intriguing series of reports on important FTC milestones during its 100 year history; you can see the list of previous blogs atCompetition Matters.
The costs of intervening But what is particularly unusual about the Ethernet decision is that an order was made requiring an intervenor to pay some of the successful party’s costs. Tristan Jones (Competition Bulletin)
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