Corporations have completely rigged the economy to boost their profits. If Democrats regain power, they must revive antitrust.
It is the first time in decades the government has challenged a standing legal doctrine by suing to block a merger.
America used to have antitrust laws that stopped corporations from monopolizing markets, and often broke up the biggest culprits. No longer.
The Trump administration should veto the chemical giants' pending merger to protect not just competitors but human and environmental health.
Seven major providers equivocated when asked if they might establish access lanes of different speeds. None would rule out the possibility.
The move could create a new headache for Donald Trump, whose public statements have raised suspicions that he interfered with the decision.
Both the company and the president have used their clout to stifle criticism and paid members of Congress to pull their punches.
The European Union slaps the fine on the internet giant for taking advantage of its dominance in online searches to direct customers to its own shopping business.
Charges from the European Commission could cost the company up to 10 percent of its annual revenue and show American firms that “there’s a bazooka in Europe that can be shot at companies” that seek to obtain dominant market positions.
Judges warn that a lawsuit accusing 16 major banks of colluding to manipulate interest rates could bankrupt the institutions responsible for the crash that debilitated the global economy in 2008.