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The European Union (EU) is targeting Facebook’s Marketplace as the next leg in its antitrust investigation, according to a Monday (April 6) report in the Financial Times (FT).  In an effort to see if Facebook has an unfair advantage in the classified advertising space, investigators are asking the...

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Facebook’s Marketplace Facing EU Antitrust Scrutiny

The European Union (EU) is targeting Facebook’s Marketplace as the next leg in its antitrust investigation, according to a Monday (April 6) report in the Financial...
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T-Mobile In California Crosshairs Over Merger

T-Mobile announced the closure of its merger with Sprint on Wednesday, April 1, but the same day, the California Public Utilities Commission...
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Germany Imposes €110M In Fines For M&E Bid-Rigging

The Bundeskartellamt, Germany’s competition regulator, has levied fines totalling €110 million (US$118.8 million) against 11 contractors after finding they colluded on bids...
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Bournemouth & Poole Hospital Merger Delayed Due To COVID-19

The planned merger of the Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch and Poole hospitals trusts has been delayed to allow them to focus on...
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US Medical Suppliers Get Antitrust OK To Collaborate During COVID-19

The Justice Department said joint logistics operations among five American medical supply distributors to provide protective medical gear to virus hot spots...
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Brazil’s Antitrust Watchdog Allows For Virtual Judgments

The Administrative Council for Economic Defense (Cade) sanctioned this Wednesday (April 1st) a resolution that makes possible to hold virtual judgment sessions....
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FTC Sues To Undo Altria’s $12.8B Deal With Juul

The Federal Trade Commission’s antitrust lawsuit against Altria Group Inc. and Juul Labs focuses largely on a noncompete agreement in which the...

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