With Amazon Probe, EU Takes Cue From 'Hipster' Antitrust
Cigna-Express Scripts Deal Is Cleared by U.S. Justice Department
Antitrust Cops Look to Retool as Washington Flays Big Tech Firms
A probe of social media giants for potentially improper business practices would likely trigger a political firestorm.
Trump Antitrust Chief Says 'Big Is Not Bad' for Tech Companies
Major Health-Industry Deals Move Closer to Approval
Are U.S. Companies Too Big and Powerful? The Fed Wants to Know
Trump stepping up scrutiny of foreign investments in U.S. tech.
Ex-Aide to Roger Stone Held in Contempt for Refusing to Testify
Sinclair proposed $3.9 billion deal for Tribune last year
‘Sue Me,’ Sinclair Tells Justice Official as Tribune Deal Tanks
Tribune Seeks $1 Billion in Damages in Sinclair Lawsuit
The Aetna acquisition would combine the U.S. drugstore giant with the third-biggest health insurer.
Future of Media Deals Is on the Line in AT&T Appeal, U.S. Warns
U.S says court ignored Time Warner’s bargaining power in the merger over rival pay-TV distributors that pay for its programming.
U.S. Eyes the End of the Film Distribution System That Rules Hollywood
Congress Toughens Foreign Deal Reviews With China in Crosshairs
Giuliani Says Witnesses Contradict Cohen Story on Russia Meeting
The U.S. economy is “well on the path” for 4-5 years of sustained annual growth of 3%, said Mnuchin.
The merger that President Donald Trump has so publicly opposed is once again in the sights of Justice Department.
AT&T Appeal Seen as High-Stakes Shot at Redemption for Enforcers