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Pay to play: Antitrust officials among top campaign donors
Top officials at the FTC have dipped into their bank accounts to support the politicians who named them to their posts, according to data compiled by the Federal Election Commission and the Center for Responsive Politics. At the Department of Justice, meanwhile, the top ranks of the antitrust division are stocked with major campaign donors, according to those same statistics.
Democratic FTC Chairwoman Edith Ramirez, a Harvard Law School classmate of …
Antitrust practitioners pan Comcast’s acerbic filing
Comcast Corp. is used to getting its way in this town. Its long list of hired guns, buttressed by David Cohen, its well-connected executive vice president, makes the firm a …
Countries jockey over antitrust claims
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FTC makes Letterman’s Top Ten
The FTC caught David Letterman’s eye last week. Not surprisingly, it involved last month’s settlement on caffeine-laced undergarments.
The host of CBS’ Late Show with David Letterman played off of the …
Mid-term elections may change leadership on Hill
Mid-term elections can be unpredictable, but expert political handicappers agree that there is almost no chance Republicans will lose control of the House in November. However, they are far less …
FTC at 100: Health scare leads to new powers for FTC
Editor’s Note: The FTC is celebrating its 100th anniversary, culminating on March 16, 2015, the date of the first commission meeting. In this series of articles, we are chronicling the …
Neil Averitt commentary: “Consumer choice” analysis gaining ground in Europe
The theory of consumer choice has been gaining ground in Europe, as reflected in a spate of recent speeches, articles, and court decisions.
“Consumer choice” is a more sophisticated way of …