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"Mosquito Shield Band" Maker Must Pay $300K, Stop Claiming It Protects Against Bites

With the Zika virus spreading across tropical regions of South and North America, consumers are likely looking for ways to ensure they aren’t bitten by disease-carrying mosquitos as summer approaches. 442 more words

Déjà Vu All Over Again: Federal Court Blocks Staples/Office Depot Merger

Featured Expert Column – Antitrust/Federal Trade Commission

Andrea Agathoklis Murino, Goodwin Proctor LLP

Staples, Inc. (SPLS) and Office Depot, Inc. (ODP) would be forgiven for thinking of the late Yogi Berra and wondering if this was what he meant by déjà vu all over again.  1,575 more words

Regulation Of Free Enterprise

FTC Charges Ashworth Misled Students Settled

Source: Ashworth College Settles FTC Charges it Misled Students About Career Training, Credit Transfers | Federal Trade Commission

“When schools promise students they can transfer course credits or get a better job after completing their programs, they’d better be able to back up those claims,” said Jessica Rich, Director, FTC’s Bureau of Consumer Protection. 15 more words

Consumer Protection

Track notes: Heritage Christian sweeps 1A team titles

LAKEWOOD — It was a fitting end.

The last Heritage Christian Academy athletes to compete in the three-day Colorado state track and field championships won a state title Saturday, putting the finishing touches on the Eagles’ sweep of the boys and girls Class 1A team titles. 721 more words


Fort Collins' Schulte, Poudre's Raymond win 800 meter state titles

LAKEWOOD — Late in the track and field season Becca Schulte started thinking she had a chance at adding a state title in a new race. 437 more words


Track notes: Gutsy effort keeps Lambkins' title hopes alive

LAKEWOOD — Audra Koopman could barely walk, her hamstring hurt so badly.

She hobbled around the infield at Jeffco Stadium during warmups and couldn’t accelerate past a light jog on her approach in the high jump. 934 more words