Federal Trade Commission
Herbalife to Revamp Distributor Compensation
The company will restructure its compensation system to settle FTC charges that it made false promises to distributors about their potential income.
Warner Bros. Faulted Over Game Promotion
“Companies like Warner Brothers need to be straight with consumers in their online ad campaigns," the Federal Trade Commission says.
Staples, Office Depot Stocks Dive on Merger Demise
The two office supply giants scuttled their proposed $6.3 billion merger after a judge said regulators had shown it would be anticompetitive.
Oracle Settles FTC Charges Over Java Security
The regulator alleged Oracle misled consumers into believing its updates addressed security issues that hackers could exploit.
FTC Rejects Staples’ Offer on Office Depot Deal
Staples' proposal to divest up to $1.25 billion of commercial contracts isn't enough to ease the FTC's concerns that the merger will stifle competition.
Wyndham Settles FTC’s Data Security Charges
The settlement may serve as a template for future enforcement actions against companies over "unreasonable data security."
Third Point Hedge Fund Settles Antitrust Case
The New York hedge fund failed to seek antitrust clearance before acquiring shares in Yahoo.
FTC Can Sue Wyndham For Cyber Breach: Court
An appeals court denied Wyndham's motion to dismiss the case against the company for 'exposing consumer data to the risk of theft.'
FTC Tackles Meaning of ‘Unfair Competition’
For the first time, the agency outlines how it will use its unfairness powers under antitrust law but a GOP commissioner dissents.
Dollar Tree Closes $9B Family Dollar Acquisition
The merger clears the final regulatory hurdle after the discount retailers agree to sell 330 Family Dollar stores.
FTC’s Antitrust Case ‘Pure Fiction’: Sysco
The Federal Trade Commission's attempt to block Sysco's takeover of US Foods heads to a U.S. district court.