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Antitrust

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Thinking outside the antitrust box

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When it comes to self-preferencing, right wing economists are right: incentives matter.

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‘For all that I admire about Jeff Bezos, I can’t get oil tycoon John D. Rockefeller out of my head’


When did Big Tech gatekeepers from Apple to DoorDash decide they were entitled to a third of the internet’s sales?

Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks via video conference to the House Judiciary Subcommittee during an antitrust hearing in July. Photo: Graeme Jennings-Pool/Getty


Who needs threats of antitrust when Zuckerberg and Cook are heading towards their own Shakespearean ending

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Photo illustration, source: Drew Angerer; Justin Sullivan / Getty




No Mercy No Malice

We break companies up to restore competition to markets


No Mercy No Malice

Agreeing to let Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google testify concurrently inhibits the committee’s ability to go deep on any one issue

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