How reactionary politicians are using monopoly concerns as cover to pursue pre-existing political agendas
A member of the board (and a Cato Institute vice president) defends the controversial decision to kick the former president off the social media platform.
This tech/media fight down under is not about democracy or monopolies. It’s about ad revenue.
The United States was virtually alone in keeping schools closed this fall. As a result, public education—and cities—may never look the same.
If the lawsuit were to succeed, it would hurt the people it seeks to help.
Government claims Google uses its power to force users and advertisers on board. Google says that its popularity is not anticompetitive.
Enforcement is supposed to be about protecting "consumer welfare." Overturning that goal would be bad for all of us.
This isn't a debate about consumer needs. It's all about political control.
The lawmaker says that the company's data practices violate antitrust law. They do not.
Law professors Tim Wu and Richard Epstein went head to head at a live event.
Tim Wu vs. Richard Epstein on whether antitrust laws should be applied to firms like Amazon and Facebook.
Ontario has lost millions trying to sell cannabis.
Donald Trump, Elizabeth Warren, and "hipster antitrust" scholars and activists say big tech companies need to be broken up. Economist Tom Hazlett says they're wrong.
Apple, Google, Amazon, and Facebook are all in the federal government’s crosshairs.
Being a big company is not a crime. What problem are we trying to fix?
A love letter to getting good stuff cheaply
Nobody in the media should be supporting an elected official trying to control what speech online platforms allow.
Censorship is when government limits speech, and tech firms are not monopolies. They are successful private businesses; others are free to compete with them.
Taxpayers are increasingly on the hook for millions in overtime, pension costs.
Exclusive city-mandated monopolies lead to sky-high prices and crappy service. Who could have predicted it?
The DOJ fundamentally misunderstands the market for access and content.
City government claimed there was a need for only 125 taxi permits, and one cab company held them all.
Fears of media 'monopolies' over the joining of two chains that have separately declared bankruptcy
Taxi Drivers Upset Their Medallions Losing Value, Governments Not Doing Enough to Protect Their Monopolies
A medallion in Chicago goes for a paltry $270,000 these days.
How technology is freeing both patients and physicians from the medical industrial complex
"Why do we want to give up a monopoly?"
Patents and copyrights are government monopoly grants with nothing in common with the notion of property at the heart of libertarianism.
Supreme Court declines to intervene to maintain scheme to protect funeral industry control of manufacturing of wooden boxes
Government officials express shock and surprise