The DAIRY PRIDE Act says it wants to protect consumers. In reality, it's trying to protect dairy farmers from economic competition.
Lina Khan says this number is crucial to understanding Amazon's monopoly power, but she's either confused or lying about what it means.
American Airlines, Southwest Airlines, and the largest union of pilots want the government to change regulations that allow a smaller competitor to operate.
Politicians Say They Want To Fight Climate Change. So Why Are They Fighting China on Electric Vehicles?
Rather than posing a national security threat, the growth of China's E.V. industry is an opportunity for global innovation.
Colleges and universities in the state are required to get approval when they want to offer new degree programs.
The guidelines would ignore decades of academic findings about how firm concentration can have a positive impact on consumers' welfare.
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A combination of "absurdly high" federal tariffs and excessive FDA regulations created the conditions for a crisis.
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The gaming market remains competitive with a wide variety of options.
A bill that would expand wine sales in the Empire State is meeting familiar resistance from entrenched interests.
Federal A.I. regulation now will hinder progress, consumer choice, and market competition.
FTC Chair Lina Khan has an agenda that's against big companies, not for consumer well-being.
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The legislation, which forbids shipping anything between American ports in ships that are not U.S. built and crewed, is just another a special deal that one industry has scammed out of Congress.
Election betting markets are often more reliable than pundits. Did the site steal user funds? No. Did they lie to people? No. Harm anyone? No.
It's a fundamental contradiction that's affected the Biden administration's economic policy for the past two years.
Gov. Spencer Cox signed legislation that will provide scholarships to K-12 students who choose nonpublic education.
The Commission's lone dissenter says Congress has not charged it with regulating noncompete clauses.
Free Market Think Tank Names Georgia Electric Vehicle Plant the 'Worst Economic Development Deal of 2022'
Rivian, an electric truck manufacturer that hopes to compete with Tesla, received a lucrative deal to build a new factory in Georgia despite concerns about its finances.
The maritime industry inserted some protectionism into the National Defense Authorization Act.
Antitrust regulators don't seem to understand how the video game industry works.
With the FORMULA Act soon to expire, the U.S. baby formula market is about to return to the conditions that left it so vulnerable to a shortage in the first place.
It’s one of the most competitive industries in the world, and there’s no good reason to stop Microsoft from acquiring Activision Blizzard.
Joe Biden adopted his predecessor’s protectionism, threatening our peace and prosperity.
That's in addition to advocating for opponents of the law to be charged with treason.
U.K. regulators shut down Meta/GIPHY deal in favor of their own “approved buyer.”
There’s nothing patriotic about a law lining the pockets of cargo companies at the expense of consumers.
It’s only one vessel, but the U.S. domestic shipping cartel, protected by the awful Jones Act, is screaming about it.
Businesses are all in favor of competition, tax cuts, and deregulation only until they aren't—meaning only until subsidies might benefit them.
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The island is begging the Biden administration to allow foreign ships to bring fuel to help restore power. But entrenched maritime interests balk at competition.
Unionization helps some. But it hurts more.
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The announcement that Unilever will discontinue the popular treat has small-time entrepreneurs and big-money investors rushing to keep the product alive.
Making the U.S. semiconductor industry dependent on subsidies is not the way to stick it to China.
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It would signal that the transportation future involves decentralization and rapid change rather than Washington-style command-and-control.