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Author: Brian F Harris
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Title: Shared monopoly and the cereal industry: An empirical investigation of the effects of the FTC's antitrust proposals (MSU business studies)
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Shared monopoly and the cereal industry: An empirical investigation of the effects of the FTC's antitrust proposals (MSU business studies) by Brian F Harris



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The auto industry investigation collapsed of its own weight and marketplace realities in May 1981. 9) Although one can take some satisfaction that the investigation ended, it is sobering that the agency did not perceive fundamental flaws in the inquiry when it began in 1976. Contemporary economic learning had raised grave doubts about the simple market concentration doctrine. the appropriate approach to antitrust analysis. The federal merger guidelines and the FTC's enforcement decisions use these variables and sometimes accord them great weight.

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The agency's focus on unfair business practices would be an 'unwarranted' expansion of its power, two Democrats sa. .Federal Trade Commission may be headed toward an "unwarranted" power grab in its antitrust investigation of Google, two lawmakers from Silicon Valley have said.

Chapter 14. Vertical Restraints and the Effects of Upstream Horizontal Mergers Luke Froeb, Steven Tschantz and Gregory J. Werden. Game I: Transparent retail sector 1. Another was the FTC’s 3 Tenors case which came out of an HSR investigation of a proposed merger between Time Warner & EMI.

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Some other lawmakers have also questioned the FTC's investigation of Google and its expected use of Section 5 of the FTC Act to charge Google with unfair business practices. This month, Senator Jim DeMint, a South Carolina Republican, raised similar concerns about the FTC's Google investigation, but the questions to Leibowitz from Eshoo and Lofgren come from fellow Democrats. Expanding the FTC's Section 5 powers to include antitrust matters could lead to overbroad authority that amplifies uncertainty and stifles growth," said the letter from Eshoo and Lofgren