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CNNMoney: Why Google's new search might be illegalupdated: Wed Jan 18 2012 05:21:00

There's nothing illegal about being so big that you dominate a market.

SI.com: Owners get lockout update on conference callupdated: Thu Nov 17 2011 21:32:00

NEW YORK (AP) -- NBA owners held a conference call Thursday to receive an update on the lockout, a person with knowledge of the details said.

SI.com: Michael McCann: Decertification would put 2011-12 season in serious jeopardyupdated: Fri Nov 04 2011 02:00:00

Frustrated by an inability to negotiate a new collective bargaining agreement with owners, some NBA players have sought the advice of an antitrust attorney on the possibility of decertifying the National Basketball Players' Association. Such a maneuver would likely be followed by the filing of a class action antitrust lawsuit against the league and it would make the cancellation of the 2011-12 NBA more probable.

SI.com: Michael McCann: Path to NFL normalcy begins with players' board approving dealupdated: Sun Jul 24 2011 19:51:00

A few days ago, NFL owners approved a proposed 10-year collective bargaining agreement. The ball is now in the players' hands to approve or reject the proposal. Will NFL football soon return? Michael McCann breaks down what to expect this week.

NFL, players face off in St. Louis as season remains in jeopardyupdated: Fri Jun 03 2011 18:05:00

Lawyers for the NFL and the players returned to court Friday, making their cases for and against the legality of a nearly three-month-old lockout but giving no indication that any agreement might be near to salvage the football season.

SI.com: Michael McCann: Ruling means NFL must get back to workupdated: Thu Apr 28 2011 08:17:00

Breaking down Wednesday's ruling by Judge Susan Nelson denying the NFL's request for a stay of her lockout decision ...

SI.com: Michael McCann: Players in driver's seat with lockout lifted; prepare for gamesupdated: Tue Apr 26 2011 08:55:00

Breaking down Monday's ruling by Judge Nelson to enjoin the NFL lockout ...

CNNMoney: DOJ's Microsoft prosecutor: Google is a monopolyupdated: Thu Mar 31 2011 19:28:00

Microsoft has a surprising ally in its argument that Google is an abusive monopolist: Samuel Miller, the prosecutor who led the federal government's first antitrust case against Microsoft more than a decade ago.

SI.com: Michael McCann: NFL and players will now take labor dispute to courtsupdated: Sun Mar 13 2011 11:49:00

Now that the NFL Players Association has decided to decertify, here's a road map of what might happen next.

SI.com: Michael McCann: Ten things you need to know about possible NFLPA decertification, NFL lockoutupdated: Fri Mar 04 2011 12:04:00

The NFL and the Players Association agreed Thursday to extend the expiration of the collective bargaining agreement by 24 hours, until 11:59 p.m. Friday, as they try to hammer out a new agreement. Here are some issues to keep in mind as the situation unfolds.

Fortune: David Boies: Corporate America's No. 1 hired gunupdated: Wed Oct 20 2010 08:35:00

Athletes have trophies, gunslingers have notches, and David Boies has his wine cellars. The corridors en route are lined with framed headlines of his courtroom conquests. "The man who ate Microsoft!" proclaimed Vanity Fair; "Westy raised the white flag!" announced the New York Post, after Gen. William Westmoreland withdrew his libel suit against 60 Minutes. The climate-controlled cellars themselves, beneath his Georgian mansion in the northern suburbs of New York City, are stocked with 10,000 bottles of Bordeaux and California reds -- the evident spoils of success. But, as he tells you in a favorite tale, his beloved wine also becomes a reminder of what's made him the nonpareil lawyer of his time.

Justices rule against NFL over apparel licensingupdated: Mon May 24 2010 17:05:00

The Supreme Court unanimously ruled against the National Football League over its exclusive contract with an apparel maker in one of the most important sports law cases in decades.

Fortune: Monsanto's seeds of discordupdated: Tue May 11 2010 14:31:00

"It's fascinatin' because we're in uncharted terri-tree," says the genial, Scottish, entertainingly named Hugh Grant, 52. He is the CEO of Monsanto, possibly America's most feared corporation. Monsanto dominates the agricultural biotechnology industry, whose audacious mission is to transform the genetic composition of the world's food supply. More than 80% of the soybeans and cotton harvested in this country now have at least one patented Monsanto gene in them, as does more than 70% of the field corn.

Fortune: Monsanto's seeds of discord: Full versionupdated: Tue May 11 2010 14:31:00

"It's fascinatin' because we're in uncharted terri-tree," says the genial, Scottish, entertainingly named Hugh Grant, 52. He is the CEO of Monsanto, possibly America's most feared corporation. Monsanto dominates the agricultural biotechnology industry, whose audacious mission is to transform the genetic composition of the world's food supply. More than 80% of the soybeans and cotton harvested in this country now have at least one patented Monsanto gene in them, as does more than 70% of the field corn.

CNNMoney: Google's mobile ad deal may be in jeopardyupdated: Wed Apr 07 2010 12:45:00

The Federal Trade Commission is gearing up to possibly challenge the proposed merger between Google and mobile advertising giant AdMob on the grounds that it violates antitrust laws, according to news reports.

CNNMoney: Google in EU antitrust inquiryupdated: Wed Feb 24 2010 06:38:00

Google is being scrutinized by European antitrust officials, who have notified the Internet search giant that three companies have complained about its practices.

SI.com: Stefan Fatsis: Supreme Court seems skeptical of NFL's claimupdated: Thu Jan 14 2010 11:12:00

WASHINGTON -- To their credit, the nine U.S. Supreme Court justices didn't drop any strained football metaphors as they grilled attorneys Wednesday in a case that centered on an NFL apparel deal. That might be because they were too busy knocking down the league's Hail Mary.

SI.com: Why American Needle v. NFL is most important case in sports historyupdated: Tue Jan 12 2010 15:28:00

On Wednesday, the United States Supreme Court will hear arguably the most important sports law case in U.S. history and one that could dramatically reshape how the NFL and other leagues conduct their business.

Fortune: This could be Intel's Waterlooupdated: Thu Dec 17 2009 08:54:00

While today's Federal Trade Commission action against semiconductor giant Intel recycles some now familiar charges -- abuses of monopoly power that were the subject of suits previously filed against the company by rival AMD and regulators with the European Commission, Japan, Korea, and the New York State Attorney General's office -- it also advances new factual allegations and enlists some fresh and untested legal theories into the fray.

SI.com: Michael McCann: O'Bannon v. NCAA could have wide-ranging effects for college athletesupdated: Wed Jul 22 2009 09:51:00

Should athletes whose college days are long behind them be paid when the NCAA licenses their images and likenesses? Should they be able to negotiate their own licensing deals with television networks, video game companies and various businesses that use those same images and likenesses?

CNNMoney: The antitrust crackdown and your walletupdated: Tue Jul 07 2009 17:08:00

Obama's Justice Department is getting serious about its antitrust crackdown, but what will that mean for consumers?

CNNMoney: The death of the corner pharmacyupdated: Tue Jun 16 2009 12:07:00

Each morning that he unlocks the doors of Cottage Pharmacy, owner Ken Villani fights a losing battle.

CNNMoney: U.S. probes Google, Apple on hiringupdated: Wed Jun 03 2009 13:29:00

The U.S. Justice Department is investigating the hiring practices of some major players in the tech industry in the latest sign that the Obama administration is getting serious about its antitrust crackdown promises.

CNNMoney: Who will get caught in antitrust netupdated: Mon May 18 2009 18:17:00

Big tech companies are likely targets for the Justice Department's antitrust crackdown, say experts, which could bode well for some smaller players.

Fortune: America's new monopoly busterupdated: Thu May 14 2009 13:37:00

Christine Varney has excellent timing. Just two days after the Obama administration's new head of antitrust enforcement announces that she will be a much tougher cop on the beat than her predecessor, the European Union says it is fining Intel $1.45 billion for using its market power to abuse its competitors.

CNNMoney: EU fines Intel $1.45 billionupdated: Wed May 13 2009 10:27:00

European regulators slapped Intel Corp. with a record fine of $1.45 billion Wednesday after a nearly eight-year long antitrust case.

Fortune: Why the EU goes after U.S. companiesupdated: Wed May 13 2009 10:03:00

With its record $1.45 billion fine levied against Intel for allegedly anticompetitive activities, the European Commission -- the executive arm of the European Union -- is again showing its appetite for taking on and punishing big American companies.

CNNMoney: Obama vows antitrust crackdownupdated: Mon May 11 2009 15:35:00

President Obama's top antitrust official said Monday that the administration will aggressively crack down on antitrust violations, reversing a Bush-era policy that had weakened the government's ability to take on monopolies.

Time.com: FTC Opens Formal Probe of Intelupdated: Fri Jun 06 2008 13:00:00

Intel says it has received a subpoena from the Federal Trade Commission concerning its practices in the microprocessor market

Fortune: Microsoft loss is bad news for Apple, Googleupdated: Mon Sep 17 2007 05:20:00

The verdict is in: Europe's tough antitrust authorities have the power they were looking for to crack down on U.S. companies they believe are illegally limiting competition and harming consumers.

Fortune: Microsoft's big day in courtupdated: Fri Sep 14 2007 05:57:00

An epic battle between Microsoft and the European Union takes an important turn Monday, when a court is set to rule on whether the software giant is a dangerous monopolist or the victim of overzealous regulators.

Whole Foods clears Wild Oats hurdleupdated: Fri Aug 24 2007 08:34:00

A federal appeals court on Thursday cleared the way for Whole Foods Market Inc. to buy rival organic grocer Wild Oats Markets Inc.

CNNMoney: Supreme Court hands business groups victoryupdated: Wed Jun 27 2007 23:31:00

The Supreme Court on Thursday overturned a nearly 100-year-old precedent that some price-setting agreements between manufacturers and retailers are automatically illegal under federal antitrust law.

CNNMoney: Google seeks judge's help in Microsoft fightupdated: Mon Jun 25 2007 04:15:00

Google asked a federal judge Monday to extend the consent decree that settled the landmark antitrust case against Microsoft in order to address competition concerns involving the Windows Vista operating system.

CNNMoney: Supreme Court stops IPO lawsuitupdated: Sun Jun 17 2007 23:23:00

The U.S. Supreme Court sided on Monday with Wall Street underwriters, and ruled that an antitrust lawsuit against them involving the pricing of initial public stock offerings cannot go forward.

Fortune: Sony's China problemupdated: Thu Feb 22 2007 16:51:00

Western companies will soon get a sneak peek at an unwelcome coming attraction: Chinese antitrust law. They're hoping it's not a horror show. A Shanghai court heard evidence in January in an antitr...

Fortune: Intel's worst nightmareupdated: Thu Nov 16 2006 11:51:00

Advanced Micro Devices has finally arrived. Long the also-ran of the microprocessor business, a perennial distant second to industry behemoth Intel, AMD is now a contender. In the market for the cr...

CNNMoney: High court mulls first business case of termupdated: Mon Oct 02 2006 09:32:00

In the first business case to hit the U.S. Supreme Court's docket this term, the chief justices will have to decide whether biotech firm Medimmune can have its cake and eat it too.

CNNMoney: FTC wrings concession from Austin realtorsupdated: Thu Jul 13 2006 14:55:00

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) said Thursday that the Austin Board of Realtors agreed to end a policy the FTC claims violates anti-trust laws and harms consumers by inflating costs.

CNNMoney: High court loads up on business casesupdated: Tue Jul 11 2006 08:04:00

The U.S. Supreme Court may be in recess until the fall, but Corporate America is already keeping a close eye on a number of influential business cases on the high court's docket for next term.

Fortune: Who's to blame for high gas prices?updated: Thu Apr 13 2006 12:44:00

Spring is not even a month old but it's already promising to be a long hot summer for American drivers. Gasoline prices are surging toward highs not seen since the wake of Hurricane Katrina last fall - the national average now stands at $2.68 a gallon - and some experts are predicting $3.00 a gallon before long.

CNNMoney: Will J&J sing "Hey, St. Jude"?updated: Wed Jan 25 2006 12:16:00

Johnson & Johnson was going to buy Guidant to grow its strongest line of business. But J&J lost. So it needs to buy something else to keep its most promising business rolling.

CNNMoney: Bumpy road ahead for joint ventures?updated: Mon Jan 09 2006 08:12:00

Corporations may soon have to think twice before forming a joint venture with a competitor.

CNNMoney: Cheaper refills vs. patent profitsupdated: Mon Nov 28 2005 09:35:00

At first blush, you may think it's a little spat about printer ink. But don't be fooled ... it's a Supreme Court battle that could change how you buy everything from car parts to razor blades to generic drugs.

CNNMoney: Business will support Alitoupdated: Mon Oct 31 2005 09:26:00

Political observers are bracing for a firestorm with President Bush's most recent nomination to the Supreme Court, but business groups are likely to back the candidate hailed for his staunchly conservative record.

CNNMoney: Supreme Court mulls discriminatory salesupdated: Fri Oct 28 2005 11:30:00

The long common practice of manufacturers giving certain retailers preferential deals on merchandise could come to an end in a case being argued before the Supreme Court.

CNNMoney: A kinder and gentler Microsoft?updated: Wed Oct 12 2005 11:43:00

It seems that Microsoft has gotten kind of, uh, soft, lately.

CNNMoney: Three to watch before the Supreme Courtupdated: Mon Oct 03 2005 08:14:00

The Supreme Court convened for a new session Monday with a number of cases on its docket that could have a huge impact on the business world.

Fortune: Is the $200 Billion Tobacco Deal Going Up in Smoke?updated: Mon Mar 07 2005 00:01:00

THE RECENT KEVIN BACON MOVIE The Woodsman strives to present an empathic portrayal of a child molester. In this article we venture a step beyond: an empathic portrayal of a cigarette maker.

CNNMoney: Novell files another Microsoft suitupdated: Fri Nov 12 2004 17:44:00

Just days after settling one anti-trust lawsuit with Microsoft, Novell filed another one.

CNNMoney: Diamond price-fixing guilty plea seenupdated: Sat Jul 10 2004 10:49:00

De Beers has agreed to plead guilty in a decade-long price-fixing case in a move that could allow the world's biggest diamond producer to return to the U.S. market after a nearly 50-year absence, a news report said Saturday.

CNNMoney: Microsoft about to appeal EU rulingupdated: Fri Jun 04 2004 15:09:00

Microsoft Corp. said Friday it will file a court appeal next week against a landmark European Union's ruling that accused the software giant of breaking European competition law.

Fortune: Europe Braces For The Mini-Mariosupdated: Mon May 03 2004 00:01:00

On May 1, Europe becomes a much bigger place when ten countries join the European Union. With the addition of Slovakia, the Czech Republic, the Baltic states, Cyprus, Malta, Hungary, Poland, and Sl...

Q&A: Why the EU took on Microsoftupdated: Wed Mar 24 2004 09:21:00

The European Union has fined Microsoft a record 497 million euros for violating anti-trust laws.

CNNMoney: Bad remedy for Microsoft?updated: Wed Mar 24 2004 06:14:00

For Microsoft, it's judgment day.

Fortune: The $50 Billion Card Game In a mammoth lawsuit, seven million stores accuse Visa and MasterCard of ripping them off with debit cupdated: Mon May 12 2003 00:01:00

With all due immodesty," says swaggering New York attorney Lloyd Constantine, "I know this better than anybody in the world."

Fortune: Backstage Brawl In the fight no one else wanted to take on, a tiny concert promoter is defending its turf updated: Mon Mar 04 2002 00:01:00

Jesse Morreale was gearing up for the Van's Warped Tour, a punk-rock concert that appeared in Denver last summer. Morreale's 25-person company, Nobody in Particular Presents (NIPP), had been promot...

FSB: Backstage Brawl IN THE FIGHT NO ONE ELSE WANTED TO TAKE ON, A TINY CONCERT PROMOTER IS DEFENDING ITS TURF updated: Fri Feb 01 2002 00:01:00

Jesse Morreale was gearing up for the Van's Warped Tour, a punk-rock concert that appeared in Denver last summer. Morreale's 25-person company, Nobody In Particular Presents (NIPP), had been promot...

Fortune: The Long Shadow of XP For years critics wailed that Microsoft was an unrepentant monopolist. Now they're updated: Mon Nov 12 2001 00:01:00

There was a time not long ago when Scott McNealy would have jumped at the chance to beat up on Microsoft. The CEO of Sun Microsystems, McNealy has long been known as the world's greatest Microsoft ...

Fortune: Microsoft Lucks Outupdated: Mon Mar 19 2001 00:01:00

The Microsoft trial used to be about monopolies and software. But now that the case has moved into the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, it's clear that the focus has shifted. It's now about federal j...

Fortune: Don't Be Bushwacked: Gore's Plan Adds Upupdated: Mon Nov 13 2000 00:01:00

While most of my best friends are not Republicans, some of them are. So it is hardly news that my good friend and former student Greg Mankiw will be voting for George W. Bush. Still, it's a bit dis...

Fortune: Damn the Torpedoes! Full Speed Ahead Sure, the court wants to chop Microsoft in half. That's not stopping Bill updated: Mon Jul 10 2000 00:01:00

It rained a little in Seattle on June 6, the day Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson issued his historic order to split Microsoft in two. And the 19,000 people who work at Microsoft's sprangly campus in ...

Fortune: D.C., Stay Out of the New Economyupdated: Mon May 15 2000 00:01:00

Whenever times are good, politicians line up to take credit. Democrats say the current prosperity is the result of Bill Clinton's fiscal responsibility. Republicans say we should thank Ronald Reaga...

Fortune: Inside the Minds of Joel Klein and Bill Gatesupdated: Mon May 01 2000 00:01:00

What a wild couple of weeks it's been in Microsoft land! First, esteemed jurist Richard Posner, brought in as a mediator in the Microsoft antitrust case, thought he might be close to a settlement. ...

Fortune: The Myth of Predatory Pricing--Exposed The DOJ won't be able to pin the crime on Microsoft unless it expands the defupdated: Mon Feb 07 2000 00:01:00

The Justice Department's antitrust case against Microsoft has been a spectacle--sort of a jurisprudential Super Bowl--and unless the two teams settle, it is likely to go on for years, wending its w...

Fortune: The Negotiator No one doubts that Richard Posner is a brilliant judge and antitrust theoretician. Is that enough to bring Microsupdated: Mon Jan 10 2000 00:01:00

It's rare and more than a bit cheeky for a federal appeals judge to declare a controlling U.S. Supreme Court precedent to be "wobbly," "moth eaten," and "unsound." It's rarer still for the Supreme ...

Fortune: Muddied, But Unbowed After three months of testimony, the government closed its antitrust case with two witnesses, updated: Mon Feb 01 1999 00:01:00

MONDAY, JAN. 4: For weeks we'd been hearing rumors about the Intuit testimony. Intuit CEO William Harris, scheduled to be the second-to-last witness in United States v. Microsoft, would make some p...

Fortune: The Empire Strikes Back As the antitrust trial slogged into the holidays, Microsoft and its CEO tried to updated: Mon Jan 11 1999 00:01:00

WEDNESDAY, DEC. 2: Weird day today. In Washington, the 150 or so people attending the Microsoft antitrust trial are watching the latest installment in our favorite video series: Billg Gives a Depos...

Money Magazine: Trusting Microsoft Why are investors shrugging off the company's litigation woes?updated: Fri Jan 01 1999 00:01:00

Whenever an important tobacco case goes to trial--and there have been some half-dozen trials in the past six years--a tobacco analyst named Gary Black, from the Wall Street research firm Sanford C....

Fortune: High Noon Both sides came out with lawyers blazing as federal antitrust chief Joel Klein's prosecutors went updated: Mon Nov 23 1998 00:01:00

MONDAY, OCT. 19: United States v. Microsoft is less than an hour old and--whoa!--there's Bill Gates. Not in person, of course; it was revealed weeks ago that neither the government nor Microsoft pl...

Fortune: Microsoft Goes to Court Big Question: What If They Lose?updated: Mon Oct 26 1998 00:01:00

Here it comes: the real trial of the decade. No, not another O.J.-style circus or a made-for-the-tabloids nanny trial, but rather the high-stakes antitrust lawsuit United States v. Microsoft, which...

Fortune: Microsoft Tries Out Its Case in a California Courthouseupdated: Mon Oct 12 1998 00:01:00

As Microsoft and its legions of lawyers got ready for an October court date in Washington, D.C., for the U.S. v. Microsoft antitrust case, a lesser legal drama unfolded in federal court in San Jose...

Money Magazine: Is Antitrust Push Bad For Stocks?updated: Tue Sep 01 1998 00:01:00

University of California at Davis economist George Bittlingmayer has concluded that increased antitrust enforcement is a prelude to a bear market. The feds' cases against Microsoft and Intel make i...

Fortune: The Bill & Warren Show What do you get when you put a billionaire buddy act in front of 350 students? $84 updated: Mon Jul 20 1998 00:01:00

The queue of students stretched through the lobby and out the door of the University of Washington's Husky Union Building in Seattle on a balmy Friday afternoon in late May. You could tell by the a...

Fortune: Playing Monopoly Rockefeller and Gates Ron Chernow, America's best business biographer, sees strong parallels updated: Mon Jun 22 1998 00:01:00

By sheer coincidence, National Book Award winner Ron Chernow's biography of the leading industrialist of the Gilded Age, John D. Rockefeller, was published on the eve of the Justice Department's Ma...

Fortune: The Case Against Antitrustupdated: Mon Apr 27 1998 00:01:00

With the Justice Department hammering away at Microsoft and suing to block the proposed merger between Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman, the perennial debate about antitrust policy has taken on...

Fortune: IRA irritations, the Republican regulation machine, why fascism isn't sexy, and other matters. THE GREAT REREGULATORupdated: Mon Nov 02 1992 00:01:00

The Republican platform contains an almost eloquent passage about the evils of government regulation. Headed ''Liberation Through Deregulation,'' it assails the infamous ''iron triangle'' -- specia...

Fortune: ANTITRUST GETS SHARP NEW TEETHupdated: Mon Oct 21 1991 00:01:00

After a somnolent decade, the antitrust brigade is back with a vengeance -- as airlines, Ivy League universities, Arizona dentists, and Salomon Brothers, all of whom have been investigated by the J...

Fortune: THE NATIONAL BUSINESS HALL OF FAMEupdated: Mon Mar 12 1990 00:01:00

Their skills, their fields of accomplishment, and even their social behavior could hardly be more different. But this year's laureates elected by FORTUNE's board of editors to the National Business...

Fortune: WHY NATIONS TRIUMPH Harvard's Michael Porter argues that countries need fierce competition at home to prevail against global rivupdated: Mon Mar 12 1990 00:01:00

The economic expansion of Japan seems unstoppable. The U.S., once the paragon of productivity, continues to lag. Korea's prospects brighten as Britain's fade. Italy succeeds in spite of, or perhaps...

Fortune: WHAT THE ELECTION MEANS TO BUSINESS Bush would use the tax code to encourage activities from entrepreneurship to child care. Dukupdated: Mon Oct 10 1988 00:01:00

ONE OF the great accomplishments of the Reagan era was to reduce government intrusion into business decision-making, from the boardroom to the shop floor. Kiss those days goodbye. No matter who win...

Fortune: FREE THE PROFESSIONAL 2,900!updated: Mon Oct 26 1987 00:01:00

Put yourself in the cleats of the professional athlete. Having aced your way through an MBA in high finance, you are drafted in the second round by Green Bay Securities -- a well-established, mediu...

Fortune: WHEN LESTER THUROW TALKS, DEMOCRATS LISTEN And the MIT economist talks a lot, seeking a role in '88. Presidential candidates areupdated: Mon Jul 20 1987 00:01:00

LESTER THUROW, liberal economist, guides his van through Boston's idiosyncratic traffic, his radar detector switched off for the short run to Logan Airport. A flight to Washington will take him to ...

Fortune: Jefferies's fall worries more than insidersupdated: Mon Apr 13 1987 00:01:00

The scandal on Wall Street broadened significantly when Boyd L. Jefferies, 56, admitted criminal violations of securities laws. He also settled civil charges by the Securities and Exchange Commissi...

Fortune: YES, ANTITRUST CAN STILL SAY NO There was some doubt about that for a while, but recently proposed mergers have run into unexpecupdated: Mon Sep 01 1986 00:01:00

WITH REGULATORS blessing mergers galore in recent years, some observers have characterized the Reagan Administration's antitrust policies in just two words: Anything goes. But suddenly this widespr...

Fortune: ANTITRUST REFORM: DOA Reagan's plan rankles business lobbies, consumer groups, and Congressman Rodino.updated: Mon Mar 31 1986 00:01:00

MOST BUSINESS lobbyists cheered the idea of sweeping antitrust reform when President Reagan put forth his proposals on the subject in late February. But few of them were popping champagne corks onc...

Fortune: BEER AND ANTITRUST Wholesalers and brewers want to make it easier to control distribution of certain brands.updated: Mon Dec 09 1985 00:01:00

A BRAWL IS BREWING in the Senate as beer wholesalers once again roll out a bill making it easier for them to get exclusive distribution rights within their territories. Soft-drink bottlers got just...

Fortune: THE JUDGE WHO'S RESHAPING THE PHONE BUSINESS Harold H. Greene made a lot of enemies brokering the breakup of AT&T. Now he's updated: Mon Apr 01 1985 00:01:00

NO ONE in the U.S. telephone business has reached out and touched more people --or taken more heat for it--than Harold H. Greene, 62, the federal judge who approved the breakup of AT&T. Newspaper e...

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