Amazon is not essential, except to the EU’s flawed investigations

Amazon has largely avoided the crosshairs of antitrust enforcers to date (leaving aside the embarrassing dangerous threats of arbitrary enforcement by some US presidential candidates). The reasons seem obvious: in the US it handles a mere 5% of all retail sales (with lower shares in the EU), and it consistently provides access to a wide array of affordable goods.

Ag- Biotech Symposium

Truth on the Market and the International Center for Law and Economics presented a blog symposium discussing three proposed agricultural/biotech industry mergers awaiting judgment by antitrust authorities around the globe.