Definition of anticompetitive
: tending to reduce or discourage competition
Recent Examples of anticompetitive from the Web
The real question perhaps is how Google will do business in a world where its massive scale is seen increasingly as anticompetitive by regulators and critics.
AT&T's history of going back on its public promises and engaging in anticompetitive behavior demonstrates that the company cannot be relied on to abide by any commitments made in furtherance of its proposal.
Many of those lawyers have been at the department for years and would almost certainly oppose the combination as anticompetitive, said two people familiar with the division’s thinking.
Cigna Corp. can walk away from its merger with Anthem Inc., a Delaware judge ruled almost three months after another court blocked the deal as anticompetitive.
The company hopes to work out a deal with federal prosecutors to drop their objections to the combination or to get the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn court rulings blocking it as anticompetitive.
Tyson Foods said on Monday quarterly profit fell 21%, hurt by fires at two chicken plants, and that Florida's attorney general was seeking information from the company regarding possible anticompetitive conduct.
Thurston’s lawsuit accused Deluxe of annual anticompetitive price increases.
Qualcomm Inc., whose chips can be found in virtually every smartphone, asked a U.S. federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit by the Federal Trade Commission that accused the company of engaging in anticompetitive behavior to maintain market dominance.
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