Monopoly And Antitrust
NEW YORK - Here's something to think about the next time you pick up a call on your iPhone: the device you're holding may soon be the signature product of the most valuable company in the world.
ALBANY, N.Y. - New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo on Friday sued several major suppliers of liquid crystal display screens used in computers, televisions and cell phones, claiming buyers paid extra because of a decade of price fixing.
THE COMPLAINT: The Federal Trade Commission accused Intel Corp.
SAN FRANCISCO - The Federal Trade Commission is trumpeting its settlement with Intel Corp.
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