The robot vacuum company is based in Massachusetts, meaning some of the terminated employees are likely Warren's constituents.
The guidelines would ignore decades of academic findings about how firm concentration can have a positive impact on consumers' welfare.
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Companies make decisions all the time, some of them regrettable and unfortunate, that shouldn't be any of the government's business.
FTC Chair Lina Khan has an agenda that's against big companies, not for consumer well-being.
Chair Lina Khan has flouted the rule of law and due process, Commissioner Christine Wilson wrote.
The Biden administration's antitrust efforts are being shut down by judges, except for a single successful case where best-selling authors were involved.
Why does Elizabeth Warren think that JetBlue buying Spirit Airlines will be bad for consumers?
More airline workers and more flights—not bailouts and restrictions on mergers—is the better policy.
Corporate law profs disagree on the merits of Twitter's lawsuit to force Elon Musk to follow through with his offer to buy the company.
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This is not an antitrust case and the Justice Department shouldn't have been trying to block it.
The DOJ fundamentally misunderstands the market for access and content.
Allowing AB InBev to buy SABMiller won't hurt consumers. But the nation's government-mandated three-tier alcohol distribution system hurts them every day.