In Tussle Over Antitrust Policies, Small Device Makers Side With FTC Over DoJ
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Executive SummaryTwo federal agencies are not seeing eye to eye in a key area of antitrust enforcement, and small device manufacturers say they have an important stake in the Federal Trade Commission's argument trumping that of the Department of Justice
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