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Today on TAP: Turning a blind eye to abuse of market power Read more

Tap

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The agency’s antitrust investigation of Facebook is ongoing. Read more

Money, Politics and Power

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Corporate power can be neutralized if federal agencies simply used the prodigious authority they’ve been granted. Read more

Day One Agenda

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Its plainly political investigation of auto companies that agreed to California’s emission standards is just that absurd. Read more

Law and Justice

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The day after one regulator announces an investigation into Big Tech, another gives Facebook a wet kiss. It’s all part of a pattern. Read more

Money, Politics and Power

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The insurance company/pharmacy merger could have been fixed to prevent market power, even if it wasn’t totally blocked. Read more

Economic Policy

How today’s antitrust law strengthens top-down corporate control and weakens democratic cooperation Read more

Economic Policy

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The competition that justifies capitalism is being destroyed—by capitalists. Read more

Money, Politics and Power

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Hint: It would require the serious use of antitrust law. When push comes to shove, Trump is more fellow plutocrat than populist. Read more

Books, Arts and Culture

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Time to overturn the revolution wrought by Robert Bork. We need antitrust more than ever. Read more

Economic Policy

Uber recently settled one lawsuit, but its drivers remain contractors and several court challenges loom—including one that puts the ride-sharing service in the crosshairs of antitrust law. Read more

Working in America

Despite low inflation and some bargain prices, economic concentration and novel abuses of market power are pervasive in today's economy—harming consumers, workers, and innovators. We need a new antitrust for a new predatory era. Read more

Law and Justice

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