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anti-competitive

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  • Larry Page, Google's CEO, made his case for the deal in a company blog post, noting that Google would benefit from owning patents held by Motorola as it has been fighting against what he called "anti-competitive patent attacks on Android."

    News - latimes.com

  • A judge denied a preliminary injunction that would have stopped Eli Lilly from engaging in what Amylin Pharmaceuticals has called anti-competitive activity in the marketing of its diabetes drugs, but Amylin reiterated late Wednesday it will pursue its litigation.

    Amylin Persists In Lilly Lawsuit After Judge Denies Injunction

  • Furthermore the only real question to me is one of anti-competitive traffic shaping.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The FCC and the Internet:

  • Tenure is essentially anti-competitive, keeping the academic job market permanently depressed, prevents mobility among productive scholars, and keeps salaries low (as an effect of the above causes).

    Tenure trouble?

  • Kinda funny, Chrome (later Chromeffects) was the name for new browser technology at Microsoft that never made it to market because of the "anti-competitive" indictments regarding browsers & Netscape in 1998.

    Power to the people, right on (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • There is more to the government than the FCC, particularly in a case in which anti-competitive behavior is inflicted on an ISP and its customers, as opposed to anti-competitive behavior by an ISP.

    Art Brodsky: Our Open Internet Under Siege

  • The U.S. Appeals Court for the D.C. Circuit, in upholding a lower court's ruling that some of Microsoft's licensing practices were anti-competitive, demonstrated that there are limits.

    Art Brodsky: Our Open Internet Under Siege

  • As Public Knowledge (my day-job employer) said in our Oct. 21 letter to the Commission on the Cablevision-Fox dispute, "network neutrality is not the end-all be-all of consumer protection and these practices could threaten the integrity of the open Internet as much as anti-competitive behavior by telecommunications providers."

    Art Brodsky: Our Open Internet Under Siege

  • This rampant consolidation and the resulting anti-competitive practices have needlessly driven nearly a million farmers off the land over the past 30 years.

    Dave Murphy: If You Eat, You Better Get GIPSA

  • If the offer AT&T put on the table in its fourth attempt to sway regulators was irredeemably anti-competitive, what could it possibly add to make them forget that 4 - 1 = 3?

    Dave Saldana: Justice Dept. Sees Through AT&T's Jobs "Promise"

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