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Why the FTC Is Going After Big Razor — Instead of Big Tech

What the halting of the Harry’s acquisition says about the future of mergers — and the startups hoping to cash out

Co-Founders & Co-CEOs of Harry’s Inc. Jeff Raider and Andy Katz-Mayfield. Photo: Rachel Murray/Stringer/Getty Images

FFor two years, a rising drumbeat in Washington has called for increasingly dramatic action to weaken the power of big companies in pharmaceuticals, agriculture, and especially…




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