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EU: Android decision delayed to next week over Trump visit

As previously predicted by Bloomberg, EU antitrust regulators have postponed to next week a finding against Google’s Android mobile operating system, reported Reuters, avoiding...

US: Cosco takeover deal gets final green light

Chinese state-run logistics firm Cosco Shipping has been granted approval for the US$6.3 billion takeover of competitor Orient Overseas International from US regulators, the...

EU: LyondellBasell gets clearance to acquire A. Schulman

Plastics, chemicals and refining company LyondellBasell has secured permission from the European Commission to acquire A. Schulman. The European Commission's clearance for the transaction satisfies...

EU: Regulators to rule on Blackstone’s Thomson Reuters US$20b deal by...

EU antitrust regulators will decide by July 20 whether to clear US private equity firm Blackstone Group's $20 billion acquisition of a majority stake...

Should Antitrust Regulators Stop Companies from Collecting So Much Data?

Posted by Harvard Business Review Should Antitrust Regulators Stop Companies from Collecting So Much Data? By Joe Kennedy Innovation has always required a constant iteration of trial and...

EU: Regulators block HeidelbergCement, Schwenk’s Croatian deal

EU antitrust regulators blocked on Wednesday a joint bid by German cement producers HeidelbergCement and Schwenk for Cemex's Croatian business after the companies failed...

EU: EC encourages whistleblowers in fight against cartels

EU antitrust regulators unveiled plans to help individuals to blow the whistle on cartels while protecting their identity, a move which may lead to...

EU: Antitrust regulators raid paper companies

EU antitrust regulators raided a number of kraft paper and industrial paper sack makers including South Africa's Mondi on Tuesday on suspicion that the...

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