Here below you find the most read articles on CompetitionFeed over the last week.
Donald Trump has warned he is a "little concerned" that a merger between two of the US's major defence giants could reduce competition. Read More.
The U.S. government is gearing up to investigate whether Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google misuse their massive market power, sources told Reuters on Monday, setting up what could be an unprecedented, wide-ranging probe of some of the world’s largest companies. Read More.
House Judiciary lawmakers on Monday launched a sweeping antitrust investigation of the nation's largest tech companies, including Google and Facebook, opening a new front against an industry that's increasingly under siege in Washington and Europe. Read More.
The FTC’s outreach is a visible sign of the approach the commission is taking toward antitrust scrutiny of tech. Read More.
Just as government officials step up their antitrust scrutiny of the American tech giants, Google had a surprising announcement on Thursday: It is buying another company. Read More.
Last week the General Court annulled yet another Commission State aid decision in the Real Madrid case. This is an important development for at least 3 reasons. Read More.
“Don’t Stop Thinking About Tomorrow”: Promoting Innovation by Ensuring Market-Based Application of Antitrust to Intellectual Property
Good morning. It’s a real pleasure to join you today here in Paris, and it has been my honor to chair the discussions in WP3 earlier this week. Read More.
The CMA has published its provisional decision in its review of the Energy Market Investigation (Prepayment Charge Restriction) Order 2016. Read More.
Digital markets mergers are a hot topic for global antitrust regulators. The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (“CMA”) has published an expert report on whether the UK has struck the right balance between over and under regulation of such transactions. Read More.
I study the predictability of the EC’s merger decision procedure before and after the 2004 merger policy reform based on a dataset covering all affected markets of mergers with an official decision documented by DG Comp between 1990 and 2014. Read More.
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