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Quebecor

Quebecor To Buy Shaw’s Freedom Mobile For $2.19B

Quebecor Inc has agreed with Rogers Communications Inc and Shaw Communications Inc to buy Freedom Mobile for an enterprise value of C$2.85 billion ($2.19...
Baseball

DOJ Wants Court To Limit Scope Of MLB Antitrust Exemption

The Department of Justice waded into the controversy over Major League Baseball’s century-old antitrust exemption Wednesday, telling a federal court the exemption should be...
Meta

French Watchdog Says Meta Makes Antitrust Commitments Over Ads

France's antitrust watchdog body said on Thursday that it had approved commitments made by Facebook owner Meta regarding the French online advertising sector. Meta has...
South Korea

South Korea Watchdog Fines Six Logistic Firms

South Korea's antitrust regulator said Tuesday it has decided to impose a combined 6.53 billion-won (US$5.06 million) fine on six logistics firms for fixing...
Law

Labor Grievance Arbitration’s Differences

By Stephen J. Ware (University of Kansas) Labor grievance arbitration differs profoundly from other arbitration in the United States. Labor grievance arbitration’s differences from other...
Qualcomm

Qualcomm Hit With Amended Antitrust Class Action In CA

Qualcomm faces an amended class action in California federal court. The case alleges the chipmaker's business conduct forced them to pay artificially inflated prices...
Amazon

Small Business Urge US Congress To Support Antitrust Bills

Dozens of companies and business organizations sent a letter to US Congress members on Monday, urging them to support a bill that would rein...
Amazon

Amazon India Seller Says Antitrust Raid Detained Employees

A former top seller for Amazon in India, Cloudtail, has accused India's antitrust agency of illegally detaining its employees during a raid over suspected competition...
Railway

EU Watchdog Accuses Austrian, Czech Rail Firms Of Collusion

EU antitrust regulators on Friday charged the Austrian and Czech rail incumbents of colluding in the market for used passenger railway wagons following a...
Law

Covering Prying Eyes with an Invisible Hand: Antitrust Law, the New...

By Matthew Sipe (University of Baltimore) The increasingly prominent New Brandeis movement in antitrust law hopes, among other policy goals, to use authority over competition...
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