January 18, 2020 - Today, 40 national, state, and local organizations representing millions of Americans concerned about the immense power of Big Tech corporations sent a letter (PDF) to President-elect Biden urging him to avoid appointing to key antitrust enforcement positions individuals who have served as lawyers, lobbyists, or consultants for Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google.
January 15, 2021 — Economic Liberties released the following statement in response to Google’s announcement that it had finalized its $2.1 billion acquisition of Fitbit after a deadline passed for the Department of Justice to object to the deal.
January 15, 2021 — Economic Liberties and Good Jobs First released a new factsheet containing suggestions for how reporters can cover Amazon with depth and reality – even if they’re on deadline.
January 13, 2020 —Economic Liberties released the following statement in response to a recent announcement made by UnitedHealth Group, the largest health insurer in the United States, that it plans to acquire Change Healthcare, one of the nation’s largest physician reimbursement platforms.
Economic Liberties Releases Comprehensive Account of Democratic Competition Policy & Recommendations for Addressing America’s Concentration Crisis
January 12, 2020—Economic Liberties’ new, landmark report, “The Courage to Learn,” lays out a comprehensive antitrust and competition policy agenda for the new Congress and Biden Administration, while making a deeply researched case for breaking from the failed consumer welfare approach that undermined antitrust and competition policy when progressive enforcers were last in power.