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Nine senators sent a letter to FTC Chairman Joseph Simons urging greater scrutiny over like the one between BMS and Celgene, expressing concern over antitrust issues, innovation and drug pricing. In a letter to Federal Trade Commission Chairman Joseph Simons this week, the senators...

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Hungary: DLA Piper gets new head of competition law 

Péter Sükösd, winner of Wolters Kluwer’s 2018 Compliance Lawyer of the Year Award, has joined the Hungarian team of DLA Piper as...

Brazil: Oi considers selling mobile unit to Telecom Italia

Brazilian telecommunications firm Oi SA is in talks with Spain’s Telefonica SA and Italy’s Telecom Italia SpA to sell its mobile network...
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Canada: Watchdog grows information-gathering efforts on mergers

The Competition Bureau recently expanded the role of its Merger Notification Unit, now referred to as the Merger Intelligence and Notification Unit...
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US: Apple losses third top executive this year

Apple’s head of communications Steve Dowling is leaving the company, Recode first reported.  Dowling is the third executive from...
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Portugal: EDP to appeal competition fine

Portugal's electricity utility EDP said Thursday it plans to appeal a Eur48 million ($53 million) fine handed to it Wednesday by...
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US: Zuckerberg headed to DC amid antitrust crackdown

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will meet with lawmakers on Capitol Hill on Thursday, as pressure mounts on US regulators to increase scrutiny...
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US: Sen. Lee calls for clarity in antitrust enforcement

Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) issued the following statement Wednesday after yesterday’s Judiciary Subcommittee hearing on antitrust. “Yesterday’s oversight hearing...

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