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  • Groupon IPO delayed but its exclusivity rules are probably legal

     
    Speculation about Groupon Inc., the online coupon site, is spiraling this week with news that the company intends to delay its initial public stock offering. Reuters quoted sources as saying Groupon's meetings with investors had been postponed because...
  • Back off opposition to AT&T merger, Democratic lawmakers tell Obama

     
    A group of congressional Democrats is urging President Obama to reverse course on his administration's opposition to AT&T's $39-billion merger with T-Mobile....
  • California attorney general to join AT&T, T-Mobile antitrust suit

     
    California Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris is joining the U.S. Department of Justice in an antitrust suit opposing the proposed merger of AT&T and T-Mobile, sources close to the case confirmed....
  • Google's Eric Schmidt denies 'cooking' search results

     
    Eric Schmidt: Google Inc. Chairman Eric Schmidt denied that the company cooks its search results to favor its products....
  • Justice Department taking closer look at Google's Motorola deal

     
    Google says the Justice Department has requested more information about its proposed $12.5-billion acquisition of Motorola Mobility. In a blog post, the Internet search giant said it intends to cooperate fully with the "second request" from the...
  • NBA players union criticizes league's 'litigation tactics'

     
    NBA lockout: The NBA Players Assn. on Tuesday issued a strongly worded statement criticizing the league for filing two claims against the union....
  • NBA files lawsuit, unfair labor practice charge against players' union

     
    One day after NBA Commissioner David Stern essentially doubted that the players were negotiating in good faith, the league backed up that contention with a one-two punch, filing two claims against the Players' Assn. The first was an unfair labor......
  • Google's Eric Schmidt to testify at September Senate hearing

     
    We have a date -- Google Chairman Eric Schmidt will face a U.S. Senate antitrust subcommittee hearing on Sept. 21. The hearing, held by the Senate's Subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights is officially called "The Power of...
  • Nexstar files antitrust lawsuit against Granite

     
    While local television stations compete against each other for ratings and advertising dollars, their fights don't usually end up in court. But a battle between two broadcasters that own and operate properties in Fort Wayne, Ind., is getting...
  • BCS chief will meet with Department of Justice officials this summer

     
    Call it the Alphabet Soup summit involving the BCS and DOJ -- but thankfully not the NCAA. Now let's get down to the letter of the law. Bowl Championship Series Executive Director Bill Hancock said Thursday that he would meet......
  • Microsoft's takeover of Skype approved by FTC

     
    Microsoft's purchase of the Internet calling service Skype has been cleared by the Federal Trade Commission's antitrust authority, according to a report. The clearance will allow the Redmond, Wash., company to go through with its $8.5 billion all-cash...