Recent Examples of antitrust from the Web
Airline JVs would be barred from gaining antitrust immunity.
Qualcomm has obtained eight out of nine necessary antitrust approvals for the deal, which was first announced in October 2016; only China’s blessing remains.
But the practice ended after the Justice Department brought antitrust charges against participating schools, and colleges have been unwilling to challenge the federal government over the issue since then.
For the first time, NCAA amateurism rules were found to have violated federal antitrust laws.
Joining Becerra in a press conference to announce the lawsuit was his antitrust chief, Kathleen Foote.
If the government wins, the Justice antitrust attorneys could turn their attention to Comcast — which most resembles AT&T/Time Warner because of its NBCUniversal unit.
The White House downplayed any Amazon plans, but experts say Trump can do little to to hamper Amazon's massive growth under current antitrust practices.
One of the most high-stakes antitrust battles in recent memory is about to unfold in court, as AT&T argues its case for buying Time Warner, despite objections from the Justice Department.
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Definition of antitrust for English Language Learners
law : protecting against unfair business practices that limit competition or control prices
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