Here's why antitrust enforcers were skeptical of U.S. Airways and American Airlines merging--a deal that now appears poised to go through after all.
Antitrust regulators' plan for Hertz didn't work out. Overall, though, consolidation has some beneficial effects.
The gambling industry is still surprisingly fragmented--and will probably stay that way.
Justice argues that the era of ruinous airline competition has ended—and with it, tolerance for further industry consolidation.
Two of the world's biggest advertising companies are merging. Here's why antitrust regulators shouldn't let it happen.
A federal judge has ruled that Apple violated antitrust law by helping publishers raise e-book prices. This chart shows how they did it.
Like beer? You might like the new enforcement action from the Justice Department's antitrust bureau.
The planned acquisition of Zipcar by Avis will be bad for consumers. Here's why.
Barak Orbach explains how Robert Bork, who died Wednesday, transformed how America treats mergers and economic competition.