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Associated PressAmerican Airlines and US Airways agreed Thursday to merge in an $11 billion deal that would create the world's biggest airline. The combined carrier will be called American Airlines and be based in Fort Worth. It expects to have $40 billion in annual...
Pennsylvania’s attorney general said she granted Gov. Tom Corbett the authority to file a federal antitrust lawsuit against the NCAA because the litigation could present a conflict of interest as her office prosecutes three Penn State...
HARRISBURG — A federal judge said Monday she would decide within weeks whether to dismiss Gov. Tom Corbett's lawsuit alleging NCAA sanctions against Penn State over the Jerry Sandusky sexual abuse scandal violate antitrust laws. U.S. District Judge...
John Green, bestselling and prize-winning author of young adult novels including "The Fault In Our Stars" and "Looking for Alaska," gave the commencement address at Butler University on May 11. It's witty, smart, thoughtful, and going viral; if you...
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MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — Even though its ubiquitous Internet search engine practically mints money, Google Inc. was widely seen as a company whose best days were behind it. It was written off as the next Microsoft Corp. — a staid high-tech...
WASHINGTON (AP) — For the first time, the government is publicly revealing how much hospitals charge, and the differences are astounding: Some bill tens of thousands of dollars more than others for the same treatment, even within the same city....
"Two great airlines, one great future" was American Airlines' slogan as it walked the aisle with TWA a dozen years ago, heading into a future nowhere near as rosy as advertised. If that marriage truly had been something special in the air, American...
Sandra Gardner set out two years ago to create a craft and vendor bazaar in Hampton Roads that would rival the popular Bizarre Bazaar in Richmond. And a rivalry has ensued between the two shows. Gardner's event, The Bodacious Bazaar, is hosting its...
Bid rigging has been a recurring problem in the sale of property tax liens, but largely at auctions conducted in person, and not online as they are now in most of Florida. But the new technology may facilitate another kind of crime: price fixing. At...
Autoblog.comFiled under: Car Buying, Government/LegalIn December 2012 Automotive News published a piece on dealers unhappy with Carfax, alleging that the most well known used vehicle history reporting company had maneuvered itself into a monopolistic position....
According to Feedstuffs.com, the U.S. Department of Justice has closed its investigation of the antitrust implications of the acquisition of two U.S. beef packing plants by JBS S.A. without taking any enforcement action. This means that JBS can conclude...
Dr. Bernard Raxlen arrived at Manhattan's glamorous Gotham Hall on a cool autumn night in 2008 to receive a humanitarian award. With a lime-green Lyme disease advocacy ribbon pinned to his dapper black suit, Raxlen joined partygoers sipping martinis...
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