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  • February 15, 2019

    Kaepernick, Reid Settle NFL Collusion Grievances

    Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid have settled labor grievances alleging the NFL and its teams colluded to shut them out due to their protests during the national anthem, according to a joint statement Friday, giving the league an opening to distance itself from the controversy without a potentially damaging ruling on the collusion claims.

  • February 15, 2019

    FTC Wants More Info On Boston Scientific's £3.3B BTG Buy

    Boston Scientific Corp. revealed Friday that the Federal Trade Commission has asked for more info about its planned £3.3 billion ($4.2 billion) purchase of U.K.-based BTG PLC, saying the government is focused on certain types of tumor treatments sold by both companies.

  • February 15, 2019

    FTC’s Wilson Sees Pluses Of 'Total Welfare' Antitrust Standard

    Federal Trade Commission Republican Christine S. Wilson defended the current legal standard by which antitrust enforcers and courts judge mergers and anti-competitive conduct, but argued in a speech Friday that critics who want a new approach haven't given one alternative the attention it deserves.

  • February 15, 2019

    US, UAE Firms Net EU Approval To Reel In Greek Fish Farms

    Manhattan-based Amerra Capital Management and an Abu Dhabi-based investment firm won European Commission approval to take control of three Greek aquaculture companies on Friday, provided they offload some of the Mediterranean fish farms and small fish hatcheries.

  • February 15, 2019

    LabCorp Escapes Claims It Conspired To Block Smaller Lab

    A Delaware federal judge has dismissed a $50 million suit alleging LabCorp conspired with a Medicaid service management organization to impede a smaller laboratory services company from offering services in the state market, ruling the lab's antitrust claims lack standing and a relevant market.

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