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Deals like Amazon-Whole Foods are a "new territory" for the Federal Trade Commission

by David Brancaccio and Janet Nguyen Aug 24, 2017
The Amazon-Whole Foods deal is shaking up the retail industry.
A view of a Whole Foods market in New York.
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Judge blocks Aetna merger with Humana

by Lewis Wallace Jan 24, 2017
A federal judge also says Aetna misled the public on its reasons for withdrawing from Obamacare in some states.

The FTC is dealing with more high tech issues

by Kai Ryssdal Mar 7, 2016
Kai talks to the FTC’s Chairwoman Edith Ramirez

Google accused of abusing its search engine dominance

by Adriene Hill and Molly Wood Apr 15, 2015
The European Union goes after Google.

Could $1 store + $1 store = monopoly?

by Sally Herships Aug 21, 2014
Family Dollar rejects Dollar General's offer to buy, citing fears of antitrust complications.

The NCAA lawsuit in context

by Lizzie O'Leary Aug 15, 2014
The NCAA lost a lawsuit in its battle over collegiate athlete likenesses. What does that mean?

Qualcomm in China's antitrust crosshairs

by Molly Wood Nov 26, 2013
Authorities in China have opened up an antitrust inquiry against wireless company Qualcomm.

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EU slaps Microsoft with $732 million penalty

by Molly Wood Mar 6, 2013
The EU says Microsoft abused its market dominance by making Internet Explorer the default browser on its Windows operating system.

After FTC win, can Google keep up search success?

by Dan Bobkoff Jan 4, 2013
The Federal Trade Commission has decided that Google is not being anti-competitive when it promotes its own services in search results.

Predicting a Google antitrust settlement, and creating a Twitter truth-o-meter

by Molly Wood Dec 18, 2012
A settlement between Google and the FTC may be in the tech company's favor, and a project by IT academics aims to separate the truth from rumors on social media during catastrophic events.