FTC's Joshua Wright Takes Aim At 'Stale' Thinking

By Melissa Lipman (September 3, 2014, 6:27 PM EDT) -- With among the most dissents of any sitting commissioner, the Federal Trade Commission's Joshua Wright has spent the last year and a half taking aim at "stale" thinking and trying to get economics better integrated into the antitrust enforcer's work, he told Law360 in a recent interview....

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