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U.S. Senate democrats stage a phony vote on so-called 'net neutrality'

”One extreme part of the anti-Trump ‘resistance’ is outrage, including death threats, against Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai because he wants to roll back the Obama Administration’s regulation of the internet,” The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board writes. 1,007 more words

Opinion

Deceptive Advertising

Marketing Tip Monday: To what extent are you bending the truth in your advertising? Chances are, if you are not sure whether your ad is factually supported, you should re-consider it. 234 more words

Marketing

The Case for Doing Nothing About Common Ownership of Small Stakes in Competing Firms

One of the hottest antitrust topics of late has been institutional investors’ “common ownership” of minority stakes in competing firms.  Writing in the Harvard Law Review… 689 more words

Antitrust

E-Cigarette Liquid Packaged Like Candy Leads to U.S. Warnings

U.S. officials are intensifying their crackdown on e-cigarette products that they say are geared to entice children.

The Food and Drug Administration and Federal Trade Commission sent 13 letters Tuesday to companies that make and sell the liquids used in e-cigarettes, warning them for using false and misleading labeling and advertising. 33 more words

Children

US warns liquid nicotine packets resemble juice boxes, candy

WASHINGTON — Liquid nicotine products that look like juice boxes, candies and other kids’ snacks came under government scrutiny Tuesday, as health authorities warned they could pose a danger to children. 422 more words

News

Facebook the Common Carrier

A couple weeks after Mark Zuckerberg made his appearance before Congress to describe the privacy practices and overall business model of Facebook, two media personalities, Lynette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson, … 821 more words