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New Yorker: A Kansas Bookshop’s Fight with Amazon Is About More Than the Price of Books

March 12, 2021 — In a must-read feature that noted the influence of Research Director Matt Stoller’s book Goliath, The New Yorker illustrated how Amazon’s monopoly power is crushing independent bookstores across the country — and every other independent business that defines American downtowns.

Politico Morning Tech: Facebook, Google brace for antitrust double-header in Congress

March 11, 2021 — In an exclusive feature, Politico’s Morning Tech covered Economic Liberties’ new database, which finds that 80% of corporations worth more than $100 billion have faced antitrust scrutiny.

Politico Pulse: The deadliest year in U.S. history

March 11, 2021 — Politico Pulse dove into Investigate Insulin Now, a new campaign Economic Liberties launched with 43 organizational partners and patient advocates to demand the Federal Trade Commission investigate and prosecute this deadly pharmaceutical cartel.

Washington Post: Want to borrow that e-book from the library? Sorry, Amazon won’t let you.

March 10, 2021 — The Washington Post examined how Amazon is harming local libraries and turned to Economic Liberties’ Research Director Matt Stoller to understand the corporation’s power.

NYT DealBook: The Rise of an Antitrust Pioneer

March 10, 2021— The New York Times spoke to with Economic Liberties’ Executive Director Sarah Miller and Steering Committee Member Zephyr Teachout about why Lina Khan’s nomination to the FTC opens a door to a new era of antitrust enforcement and policy.