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A group representing nearly 800 licensed taxicabs in Boston argued Friday that Uber Technologies Inc. should not be able to escape antitrust claims from before last year by pointing to a 2016 state law that differentiates mobile-hailed car services.
The Cherokee Nation on Thursday lodged a proposed class action in California federal court against a handful of tuna companies, including Bumble Bee and StarKist, accusing them of violating federal and numerous state consumer protection laws over an alleged canned tuna price-fixing scheme.
The Federal Communications Commission “strayed too far” from its proper role in merger reviews in recent years, the newest Republican member of the agency said Friday, criticizing the last administration for making consumer “goodies” a condition of various telecom deals.
Purchasers of aftermarket vehicle components urged a Wisconsin federal judge on Thursday to force a Taiwanese parts maker to pay more than $162 million for failing to hire new counsel and effectively abandoning the purchasers' price-fixing lawsuit.
The Australian Competition Tribunal on Thursday has for the second time approved Tabcorp Holdings Ltd.’s proposed AU$6.37 billion ($4.84 billion) cash-and-stock takeover of rival Tatts Group Ltd., paving the way for the two gambling businesses to form a single industry giant with an enterprise value of AU$11.3 billion.