August 11, 2020—Economic Liberties’ Senior Fellow Moe Tkacik spoke to Roll Call about Economic Liberties new campaign: Protect Our Restaurants.
Washington, D.C. — A coalition of 35 independent restaurants and economic justice organizations today launched Protect Our Restaurants, a new organizing campaign aimed at exposing the unfair and uncompetitive practices used by dominant delivery apps to exploit small businesses, workers, and consumers.
August 10, 2020—The New York Times highlighted Economic Liberties’ Executive Director Sarah Miller for her engagement on antitrust and her efforts to encourage Biden’s tech policy committee to further scrutinize Silicon Valley titans.
August 8, 2020 — The Economist cited Economic Liberties’ Research Director Matt Stoller, along with Lina Khan, as the primary thought leaders articulating a new way forward for antitrust.
August 7, 2020—Economic Liberties’ Steering Committee Member Zephyr Teachout discussed the way she tracks corporate monopoly threats on bedrock civic institutions like public courts, political parties, investigative journalism, and “free” consumer and labor markets.