Macmillan Agrees to $20 Million Settlement in Antitrust Class Action

Macmillan has agreed to pay $20 million to settle price fixing and collusion claims brought against it, other publishers, and Apple Inc. over the sale of electronic books.  The agreement resolves both a lawsuit by U.S. states and a consumer class-action lawsuit. … Continue reading

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Carfax Sued Over Antitrust Violations

A group of over 120 car dealers has sued Carfax Inc. for $50 million in a New York federal court over allegations that the company is violating antitrust laws.  The suit alleges that Carfax prices are significantly higher than the … Continue reading

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EU Regulators Reach Antitrust Deal with Google

For the first time Google has agreed to legally binding changes to its search results after European regulators concluded a antitrust investigation into whether Google abused its dominance of online search.  According to two people briefed on the agreement, the … Continue reading

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Facebook Deal involving Microsoft Wins Approval

A transaction by Facebook which included chief executive officer of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg, and Microsoft’s advertising business has won its approval from United States antitrust authorities.  By law, all transactions of over $70.9 million must be reported to antitrust regulators … Continue reading

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