- Antitrust official recused from Comcast-TWC review Updated: Mar-06-14 1:52 pm
- Michigan charges energy companies with bid-rigging Updated: Mar-05-14 9:05 pm
- Federal court approves $311 million settlement Updated: Mar-05-14 3:10 pm
- St. Luke's fights judge's antitrust ruling Updated: Mar-05-14 3:00 pm
- EU antitrust concerns on Telefonica's German buy Updated: Feb-27-14 7:10 am
- EU accepts Visa concessions, ends antitrust probe Updated: Feb-26-14 5:50 am
- Apple files appeal in e-book antitrust case Updated: Feb-25-14 9:20 pm
- Govt closes antitrust probe of Samsung Updated: Feb-07-14 1:25 pm
WASHINGTON - The Justice Department says its top antitrust official, Bill Baer, is recusing himself from the department's review of Comcast's $45 billion purchase of Time Warner Cable Inc.
CHEBOYGAN, Michigan - Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette said Wednesday that he has filed criminal charges against Chesapeake Energy Corp. and Encana Corp., accusing them of colluding to avoid bidding against each other for Michigan oil and gas leases.
BOISE, Idaho - Attorney General Lawrence Wasden says Idaho and other states have obtained court approval of a $311 million settlement involving Boise-based Micron Technology and other computer chip makers.
BOISE, Idaho - A Boise-area hospital and Idaho's largest independent physicians' practice are seeking to reverse a federal judge's ruling that their joining forces violated federal antitrust laws.
BRUSSELS - The European Union's antitrust authority has formally outlined concerns that Telefonica's proposed 8.55 billion-euro ($11.7 billion) purchase of German mobile operator E-Plus may violate competition rules.
BRUSSELS - The European Union's antitrust authority is closing an investigation against Visa Europe after accepting the firm's offer to lower some card fees.
NEW YORK - Apple filed papers on Tuesday telling a federal appeals court in New York that a judge's finding it violated antitrust laws by manipulating electronic book prices "is a radical departure" from modern antitrust law that will "chill competition and harm consumers" if allowed to stand.
WASHINGTON - The Justice Department says it has closed an investigation of Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. over alleged misuse of patents to exclude some Apple iPhone and iPad models from the U.S. market.