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The White House is said to be developing an executive order that will ask government agencies to consider antitrust concerns in decision making, Reuters reported, citing White House spokesperson Emilie Simons. The order goes after corporate monopolies across a broad swath of industries ranging from banking to airlines, one of...

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White House Reportedly Working On Executive Order On Antitrust

The White House is said to be developing an executive order that will ask government agencies to consider antitrust concerns in decision making, Reuters...

EC Approves French Support For Natural Gas Storage

France's system of financial support for natural gas storage, set up in 2017 to shore up the country's energy supplies, complies with European Union...

AGs Unite To Ask The FTC Be Provided With Much-Needed Tools

New York Attorney General Letitia James co-led a bipartisan coalition of 28 attorneys general from around the nation in taking action to support the...

US & Germany Work Together On Russia’s Nord Stream II Deal

The US and Germany want to conclude a deal by August to blunt Moscow’s geopolitical gains once the controversial Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline...

UK’s Antitrust Watchdog Prepares For Post-Brexit Workload

UK's competition watchdog preps to shoulder post-Brexit workload from European Commission. The head of the UK's competition regulator said the body planned to "come...

Mastercard Resumes Antitrust Lobbying

According to Politico, Mastercard is getting into antitrust lobbying for the first time in years. The payment giant hired The Duberstein Group at the...
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Judge Dismisses FTC’s Antitrust Lawsuit Against Facebook

A federal judge tossed out the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) antitrust lawsuit against Facebook, concluding that the government failed to establish that the tech...

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