It could spell the end of prohibitions on repairing farm equipment, imposing non-compete clauses, and other Big Ag abuses.
The Monopolized Economy
Today’s shoppers want products delivered quickly. Local businesses are positioned to fill that demand, if only USPS’s Louis DeJoy would notice.
The killing of President Jovenal Moïse took place against a backdrop of elite power, anticompetitive policies, and the U.S. doing little to create open markets.
A program to aid the food insecure became a boon to big agribusiness.
A sweeping package of legislation to take on Big Tech just moved forward in the House. There’s a trap waiting for it in the Senate.
An attorney explains how the NCAA case set back the antitrust law.
Packers have been attacked by ransomware, but the larger feedlot-to-plate problem is a lack of competitiveness.
Predatory corporate giants make expanding the agency’s role in the U.S. health care system all the more urgently in the public interest.
These workers face low wages, lousy conditions, and a monopoly system that puts the squeeze on them.
At a Senate antitrust hearing, lawmakers appeared poised to finally take on health care provider mergers.