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Software maker Oracle is set to gain unconditional EU antitrust clearance for its $28.3 billion acquisition of US healthcare IT company Cerne, reported Reuters.  Oracle announced the deal, its biggest ever, in December last year. It will give it access to a trove of data and...

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EU To OK Oracle’s $28.3 Billion Cerner Deal

Software maker Oracle is set to gain unconditional EU antitrust clearance for its $28.3 billion acquisition of US healthcare IT company Cerne, reported Reuters.  Oracle announced...
ECommerce

Big Tech Meets With EU Parliament To Talk eCommerce & Platforms

A delegation of the European Parliament met with executives from tech companies including Google, Meta, Apple, Airbnb, eBay, PayPal and Uber to discuss the...
Merger

Investor Challenges $7.3B Merger Of NY TV Providers

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Law

Covington Hires Senior FTC Pro To Antitrust Team

Ryan Quillian joined Covington on Monday as a partner in the firm’s antitrust practice in Washington. Quillian was at the FTC for eight years, starting...
US Law

Senate Confirms Biden’s Pick For 6th Circuit Seat

The US Senate on Tuesday voted to promote US District Judge Stephanie Dawkins Davis to be a federal appeals court judge and become only...
Baby formula

FTC Opens Probe Into Infant Formula Shortage

On Tuesday the FTC launched an inquiry into the infant formula shortage, asking for information about how industry mergers, federal regulations and contracts to...
Bank of Ireland

Watchdog Clears Bank Of Ireland To Acquire KBC Loans

Bank of Ireland has been cleared to acquire €9 billion worth of loans from KBC Bank Ireland by the competition watchdog, subject to certain...

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