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European Commission Is Probing Travel Distribution Systems for Anticompetitive Practices

Over the years, the big global distribution systems have been a major barrier to innovation by airlines and travel startups, in particular. The European Commission now intends to take a serious look ... read more

On the Way to European Digital Single Market: Whether You Sell Online or Offline – Listen Up!

The purpose of the European Commission’s inquiry is to identify features of e-commerce within the European Union that effect online and offline distribution ... from a selective system, suggesting a ... read more

EU probing CDS market for collusion — full statement [updated]

Friday’s stunning announcement from the EU Commission below: The European Commission has opened two antitrust ... by ICE to the 9 banks have the effect of locking them in the ICE system to the ... read more

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FTC closes Google investigation, says search giant will change business practices

The Federal Trade Commission has closed its antitrust investigation into Google, announcing what regulators describe as “landmark agreements” to change the search giant’s business practices ... ... read more


Google Agrees to Change Its Business Practices to Resolve FTC Competition Concerns on Standard Essential Patents

Google Inc. has agreed to change some of its business practices to resolve Federal Trade Commission concerns that ... and that Google entered into anticompetitive exclusive agreements for the ... read more

Mortgage Servicers Settle, Insider Trading, FDIC: Compliance

European Commission. American Airlines sued Travelport Ltd. to stop what it called anticompetitive ... and schedules to travel agents. The legal action expands a dispute between AMR Corp.’s American ... read more

Google Wins! FTC Settles, Says Google Isn't Abusing It Search Powers

Google Inc. has agreed to change some of its business practices to resolve Federal Trade Commission concerns that ... and that Google entered into anticompetitive exclusive agreements for the ... read more

The Morning Ledger: CFOs could face an SEC with new priorities after the election

The combined cash holdings of Apple Inc., Microsoft Corp., Google parent Alphabet Inc., Cisco Systems Inc. and ... calling for the Federal Trade Commission to review whether Mylan engaged in ... read more

Air Cargo Surcharges: Global Scheme or Coincidence?

The European Commission said ... was also involved in probing air cargo carriers, but declined to go into detail over its ongoing investigations. “The Antitrust Division is investigating the ... read more

EU & Competition Law Update – December 2017

The commitments procedure is a mechanism whereby the European Commission may reach ... that found the existence of an anticompetitive agreement (“Agreement”) among many companies, operating in the ... read more

Margrethe Vestager’s Google decision risks messy endgame

Margrethe Vestager, Europe's competition boss, is in the final stretch of a nearly decade-long probe into how Google displays search results, with people inside and outside the Commission ... ... read more

Proxy Access, Deere-FCPA, Basel Capital Rules: Compliance

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission ... distribution system, as the carriers seek more control over dissemination and sale of their products. More than 35 percent of US Airways’ annual revenue ... read more



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