Final Arguments Made Over T-Mobile, Sprint Deal
States opposing the merger call it "presumptively anticompetitive” but the companies say it will “create a new, world class network."
Banks Settle Bond Price-Fixing Claims for $337M
“The brazen attitude exhibited by Wall Street traders toward public institutional buyers of GSE bonds was shocking,” the lead plaintiff says.
DOJ Plans Heightened Scrutiny of Government Contractors
The new "Procurement Collusion Strike Force" aims to root out antitrust crimes like bid-rigging and price-fixing in the procurement of government contracts.
Regulators Double Down on Compliance Scrutiny
The government is strongly signaling that companies can no longer afford to have anything but effective, comprehensive compliance programs.
NY to Lead Antitrust Investigation of Facebook
A coalition of states will probe Facebook's "dominance of [social networking] and the potential anticompetitive conduct stemming from that dominance.”
Antitrust Review: Navigating the Challenges of a ‘Second Request’
When an M&A transaction is flagged for a deeper regulatory review, the buyer and seller may be faced with significant challenges.
Third Point Fined Over Antitrust Violations
The activist fund allegedly failed to comply with premerger notification rules before acquiring stock in DowDuPont two years ago.
U.S. Approves $26B T-Mobile-Sprint Merger
The deal is still being opposed by 14 states that claim it will harm "consumers, workers, and innovation."
Alphabet’s Q2 Results Ease Growth Concerns
“We’re delivering strong growth," CFO Ruth Porat says after Google's parent reports a 19% increase in revenue to $38.9 billion.
EU Regulator Opens Antitrust Probe of Broadcom
The European Commission is also seeking "interim measures" to bar Broadcom from enforcing exclusivity agreements with customers.
Ten States Sue to Block T-Mobile, Sprint Merger
If the states obtain an injunction before the deal is consummated, "that would bring things to a halt."