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Bloomberg: House Panel Urges Tech Giant Breakup in Plan Republicans Shunned

October 6, 2020 — Economic Liberties’ Executive Director broke down the House Antitrust Subcommittee’s report on and investigation into the power of big tech for Bloomberg.

Denver Business Journal: Denver OKs regulations on third-party food delivery companies. Now, will the platforms obey them?

October 6, 2020 — The Denver Business Journal cited “Rescuing Restaurants,” Senior Fellow Moe Tkacik’s report on dominant delivery apps, in its coverage of a recent fee cap passed by the Denver City Council.

Congress’s Big Tech Report is a Victory for American Democracy Over Trillion Dollar Titans

October 6, 2020 - Today, the House Judiciary Committee’s Antitrust Subcommittee concluded its year-long investigation into the gatekeeping power of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google by releasing a final report that documents how these corporations built and abused their monopoly power, and includes a series of policy recommendations such as structural and line of business separations to restore competition.

Axios: Bain Capital’s cheerleading investment gets ugly

October 1, 2020 — Axios highlighted research by Economic Liberties’ Matt Stoller that exposed how Varsity Brands, a cheerleading monopoly, turned a blind eye to sexual abuse and misconduct.

Morgan Stanley-E*Trade Merger Threatens Consumers & Economy

September 30, 2020— The American Economic Liberties Project released the following statement after the Federal Reserve Board announced that it had approved Morgan Stanley’s acquisition of E*Trade Financial Corporation.