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The transaction, which includes Tribune Media's 42 stations, radio station WGN-AM and other assets, is being reviewed by the Federal Communications Commission and the Justice Department's antitrust unit.
Technically, the high court’s ruling said that the board in question was not closely connected enough to the state government to enjoy its antitrust exemptions.
Separately, AT&T’s proposed takeover of Time Warner, owner of HBO and Warner Bros., is also said to be in the early stages of an antitrust review by the U.S. Justice Department.
That lowers the risk of antitrust problems and deters new entrants.
Spielman contends that Ohio State and IMG College, along with co-conspirators Honda and Nike, have unlawfully conspired under federal antitrust law to deny payment to current and former Ohio Sate football players.
The systems must also prove that their affiliation does not violate federal antitrust laws.
Meanwhile, the newspapers' trade group, after years of the industry watching Facebook and Google devour its ad revenues, now wants an antitrust exemption from Congress to bargain collectively with the two giants and others.
Thanks to antitrust court decisions dating back to the 1940s, movie studios like Fox or Warner Bros. aren’t allowed to own movie theaters.
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law : protecting against unfair business practices that limit competition or control prices
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