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Two Wrongs Making Sporting Media Rights

It was big news that DG Comp officials, supported by their domestic counterparts, raided a number of sports broadcasters, including Fox in the UK, in relation to an investigation into a suspected cartel in relation to ‘media rights and related rights pertaining to various sports events’. 984 more words

Competition Law

Critical Case Study Analysis: George Weston Ltd. and Loblaw Companies Ltd. Bread Price-Fixing


In our daily lives, we see power differences. When these power differences are related to criminal activity, this is seen as White-Collar Crime. In Sociology 3623, my peers and I have been collecting local, current, real-world examples of these cases from the media. 1,097 more words


Canadian competition bureau investigating allegations of blueberry price fixing

Canada’s competition regulator has confirmed it is investigating allegations of anti-competitive conduct in the wild blueberry industry.

Spokeswoman Veronique Aupry said the federal Competition Bureau is currently gathering evidence to determine the facts. 111 more words


The Long(er) Arm of Malawi’s Competition Law: CFTC Investigates Foreign Textbook Supplier in Cartel Probe

By Michael-James Currie

In a potential first, Malawi’s Competition and Fair Trade Commission’s (CFTC) Chief Executive Officer, Ms Charlotte Malonda, recently announced that the CFTC is investigating a… 713 more words


Microeconomic Weekly News Update February 3, 2018 - February 9, 2018

Tyson, Pilgrim’s Pride Jacked Up Chicken Prices, Say Lawsuits

Isidore, Chris

Posted 1/31/2018


price fixing, antitrust, Justice Department, supply, demand, collusion

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Loblaw's gift cards are being donated to Kingston food bank

Staff at Kingston’s Partners in Mission Food Bank are accustomed to receiving donations in the form of food or cash, but in the past two weeks, they’ve seen an influx of gift cards being donated. 255 more words


How 'not donating' your $25 Loblaw gift card can actually help the food bank

Since Loblaw announced it would be giving out $25 gift cards in response to its role in a bread price-fixing scheme, Canadian charities have reported a surge of people looking to donate them. 433 more words