The midterm election that propelled Democrats to a majority in the House of Representatives revealed voter sentiment on a number of fronts that should inform the House Judiciary Committee’s first 100 days under its likely new leader, New York Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-NY), including on antitrust and competition policy.
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Senate Judiciary Committee Democrats should continue their truth-out tradition when the Subcommittee on Antitrust holds an antitrust hearing October 3rd. Here are a few recommended questions:
David joined BTIG to discuss the expansion of Locast and what the future of the non-profit looks like.
David Goodfriend, of counsel to Weiner, Brodsky, Kider and former deputy staff secretary to President Bill Clinton, discusses the New York Times op-ed by an unidentified senior administration official that said some of President Donald Trump's closest advisers are working in secret to thwart his "more misguided impulses." He speaks with Bloomberg's David Westin and Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power."
The European Commission’s (EC) recent antitrust case against Google for alleged anti-competitive behavior regarding the Android operating system raises important issues. It also raises questions.
The progressive answer to traditional media’s struggle to go digital and serve consumers with quality journalism should not be an act of Congress allowing newspapers to form a cartel, otherwise illegal under antitrust laws, to negotiate with online platforms.
Despite my credentials as a card-carrying Progressive Democrat who worked in the Clinton White House and supported Hillary Clinton for president, I have written here on Newsmax.com about why we Progressives can agree with Conservatives and join forces to push back on Big Media.