The Weekly Briefin​g Archive


Google Is So Big, it Is Now Crafting Policy to Combat the Opioid Epidemic — and Screwing it Up – [The Intercept]10.17.17


Facebook Acquires Anonymous Teen Compliment App TBH – [TechCrunch]10.17.17


Trump Says Drug Czar Nominee Tom Marino is Withdrawing After Washington Post/’60 Minutes’ Investigation – [The Washington Post]10.17.17


OpenSecrets Releases New 2015 Personal Financial Data: Senators Get Richer; Others Not So Much – [OpenSecrets] 10.16.17


The Opioid Epidemic: How Congress and Drug Company Lobbyists Worked to Neutralize the DEA – [The Washington Post] 10.15.17


Tech Giants, Once Seen as Saviors, Are Now Viewed as Threats – [The New York Times] 10.13.17


The Amazon Sales Tax Amnesty- What You Need to Know – [ecommerceChris]10.13.17


A Nobel Prize Winner Says Tech Companies Are Misusing Creativity in Their Quest to Change the World – [Quartz] 10.13.17


Serving Shareholders Doesn’t Mean Putting Profit Above All Else – [Harvard Business Review] 10.12.17


Break Up the Credit-Reporting Racket– [New Republic] 10.12.17


Democratic Rep. Seeks Google Info From FTC – [Broadcasting & Cable]10.12.17


This Is the pro-Trump Propaganda Being Quietly Broadcast on Local Stations Across the Country – [ThinkProgress] 10.12.17




Supreme Court Signals Interest in Apple’s Appeal in Consumer Lawsuit – [Bloomberg] 10.11.17


Google, Facebook and Twitter Scramble to Hold Washington at Bay – [Bloomberg] 10.10.17


Report: DOJ Review of AT&T/Time Warner Slowing with New Antitrust Chief – [Seeking Alpha] 10.09.17


Gary Cohn Is Giving Goldman Sachs Everything It Ever Wanted From the Trump Administration – [The Intercept]10.08.17


EU Conducts Inspections Over Limits to Bank Account Access – [Reuters]10.06.17


U.S. Slaps Additional Tariff on Bombardier, Quadrupling Price of its Jet After Boeing Complaint – [The Seattle Times] 10.06.17


Monsanto Banned From European Parliament – [The Guardian] 10.05.17


Wells Fargo Executives, Board Must Face Lawsuit Over Fake Accounts, Federal Judge Says – [Reuters] 10.05.17


What if DuPont Had Gone Green in North Carolina? – [North Carolina Health News] 10.05.17


How the EU Takes on Amazon, Apple, and Google for Tax and Antitrust Violations – [Quartz] 10.04.17


Facebook Is About to Get Slammed by U.S. Populist Backlash, Says Early Uber Investor Calacanis – [CNBC]10.04.17


‘Simply Doesn’t Cut it’: Elizabeth Warren Slams Wells Fargo’s Board Changes – [Business Insider] 10.03.17


Anti-Monopoly Candidates Are Testing a New Politics in the Midterms– [The Intercept] 10.01.17


American Airlines CEO: ‘I Don’t Think We’re Ever Going to Lose Money Again’ – [CNBC] 09.29.17


Treasury Removes Paper at Odds With Mnuchin’s Take on Corporate-Tax Cut’s Winners – [Wall Street Journal]09.29.17


A $6.4 Billion Windfall Awaits Big U.S. Banks in Trump’s Tax Cut – [Bloomberg] 09.29.17


The Trump Administration Now Has its First Antitrust Regulator – [Recode]09.28.17


When Polluting Is in a Company’s Rational Self-Interest – [Houston Chronicle] 09.27.17


Are Facebook, Google and Amazon Too Big? Why That Question Keeps Coming Up – [USA Today] 09.26.17


Facebook Wants to Know: Is it Good or Bad? – [The Guardian] 09.26.17


 I Asked Tinder For My Data. It Sent Me 800 Pages of My Deepest, Darkest Secrets – [The Guardian] 09.26.17


Why “Fake News” Is an Antitrust Problem – [Vox] 09.26.17


John Oliver on Competition and Antitrust – [Last Week Tonight with John Oliver] 09.25.17


Uber’s Business is Based On Regulatory Arbitrage – [Business Insider] 09.24.17


Facebook’s Ad Scandal Isn’t a ‘Fail,’ It’s a Feature – [New York Times] 09.24.17


A Whistleblower Takes On Charlotte School of Law – [The American Lawyer] 09.23.17


These Are the Billionaires Paying Trump’s Legal Bills – [ThinkProgress] 09.22.17


Uber Loses License to Operate in London – [New York Times] 09.22.17


Big Technology Firms Are Newly in the Hot Seat at Home – [The Economist] 09.21.17


A Start-Up Slump Is a Drag on the Economy. Big Business May Be to Blame – [New York Times] 09.21.17


Do Tech Companies Really Need All That User Data? – [Harvard Business Review] 09.21.17 


McKinsey has Closed its Eyes in South Africa – [Financial Times] 09.21.17


Facebook Faces a New World as Officials Rein In a Wild Web – [New York Times] 09.20.17


Regulator Settled with Wells Fargo for 100 Times Less Than Law Allowed – [Marketwatch] 09.19.17


Systemic Risk Council Comments on the Treasury Departments June 2017 Report – [The Systemic Risk Council]09.19.17


How Democrats Can Wage War on Monopolies—and Win – [New Republic]09.19.17


Obama Goes From White House to Wall Street in Less Than One Year – [Bloomberg] 09.18.17


Obama Goes From White House to Wall Street in Less Than One Year – [Bloomberg] 09.18.17


Margrethe Vestager’s Growing American Fan Club – [Politico] 09.18.17


Obama Goes From White House to Wall Street in Less Than One Year – [Bloomberg] 09.18.17


Margrethe Vestager’s Growing American Fan Club – [Politico] 09.18.17


Big Tech Makes Vast Gains at Our Expense – [Financial Times] 09.18.17


The Seven Sins of Economists – [Livemint] 09.17.17


Out of the Swamp… or Into the Shadows? – [] 09.17.17


Pop Culture is Far Ahead of Washington When it Comes to Monopoly Politics – [ The Intercept] 09.16.17


A Short Story That Shows Why the Anti-Big Tech Push is Doomed – [Business Insider] 09.16.17


Democratic Holdouts On “Medicare For All” Have Received Twice As Much Insurance Industry Cash As Sponsors– [ MapLight] 09.14.17


Up Next for the United Tech-Rockwell Tie-Up: The Antitrust Ordeal – [Wall Street Journal] 09.14.17


Equifax Isn’t A Data Problem. It’s A Political Problem – [Huff Post] 09.14.17


The Empire of Apple – [The Atlantic] 09.13.17


There’s Blood In The Water In Silicon Valley – [BuzzFeed] 09.12.17


RBC: Google Is in the ‘Crosshairs’ of Antitrust Regulators – and Should be Kicked Out of FANG – [Markets Insider] 09.11.17


How Silicon Valley Is Erasing Your Individuality – [The Washington Post] 09.11.17


France, Germany, Italy, Spain Seek Tax on Digital Giants’ Revenues – [Reuters] 09.09.17


Intelligence Oversight Committees Are Being Stocked With Former Intelligence Agency Employees – [Techdirt] 09.09.17


Jamie Dimon’s $13 Billion Secret—Revealed – [Vanity Fair] 09.08.17


Jamie Dimon Ventures Beyond Wall Street to Have a Say in Washington – [Reuters] 09.08.17


California Water Policy Conference Sponsored By… the Usual Corporate Suspects – [Red, Green, and Blue] 09.08.17


What To Do About Google? – [Forbes]09.08.17


The Power Of Facebook, Google And Amazon Is An Issue For Left And Right – [Buzzfeed] 09.07.17


5 Different Things People Mean When They Say We Need to Revive Antitrust– [Vox] 09.07.17


Breaking From Tech Giants, Democrats Consider Becoming an Antimonopoly Party – [Washington Post] 09.05.17


For Years, Chemical Industry Has Pressured Government To Defund Key Chemical Incident Database – [International Business Times] 09.04.17


EU’s Comments on Blame Congress for high Health-Care Costs – [The Economist] 09.04.17


EU’s Vestager Says Essilor-Luxottica Merger Requires Thorough Vetting – [Reuters] 09.02.17


Corporate America Silenced Researchers Before. Now They’re Doing it Again – [The Guardian] 09.02.17


Trump, DeVos, and the Creation of an American Oligarchy – [New York Magazine] 09.01.17


Google Critic Ousted From Think Tank Funded by the Tech Giant – [New York Times] 08.30.17


Donald Trump’s Debt to Deutsche Bank – [Financial Times] 08.30.17


How to Get Rich in Trump’s Washington – [New York Times] 08.30.17


Radical Reforms Learnt From Roosevelt – [Financial Times] 08.29.17


Alphabet’s Google to Inform EU Antitrust Regulators on Compliance Plan – [Reuters] 08.29.17


Should We Stop the ‘Revolving Door’? – [Chicago Booth Review] 08.28.17


Antitrust Is Back – But The Media Industry Doesn’t Need It – [Forbes]08.28.17


The Democrats Rediscover Antitrust – [The Hill] 08.28.17


Big Tech Can No Longer Be Allowed to Police Itself – [Financial Times] 08.28.17


The Real Price of Those Cheaper Avocados – [Slate] 08.28.17


Amazon Fires Opening Shot in Feared Whole Foods Price War – [Financial Times] 08.25.17


Trump’s Antitrust Nominee, Rife With Conflicts, Puts Democrats To The Test– [Huff Post] 08.25.17


Samsung Heir Is Found Guilty of Corruption in Blockbuster Trial – [New York Times] 08.25.17


The Market Power Story – [Noahpinion] 08.24.17


Amazon-Whole Foods Deal Clears Last Two Major Hurdles – [New York Times] 08.24.17


America’s Most Winner-Take-All Industry, Visualized – [Bloomberg]08.24.17


Business Groups Court White House Even After C.E.O. Defections – [New York Times] 08.23.17


Google and Walmart Partner With Eye on Amazon – [New York Times]08.23.17


Silicon Valley Isn’t Special – [Bloomberg] 08.23.17


‘Serious Doubts’ Over Bayer and Monsanto’s $57 Billion Megadeal, Says EU – [Wall Street Journal] 08.22.17


AT&T-Time Warner Deal Challenged by Brazil Antitrust Agency – [Bloomberg] 08.22.17


And Just Like That, Google Becomes The World’s Largest Job Board – [FastCo Design] 08.21.17


Who Is Lobbying Mike Pence And Why? Health Insurers and Big Oil Seek To Influence Vice President – [International Business Times] 08.19.17


Carl Icahn’s Failed Raid on Washington – [The New Yorker] 08.19.17


Trump Threatened to Kill the AT&T-Time Warner Deal, But It’s Very Much Alive – [Wall Street Journal] 08.17.17


Facebook’s Willingness to Copy Rivals’ Apps Seen as Hurting Innovation – [Washington Post] 08.17.17


Trump Threatened to Kill the AT&T-Time Warner Deal, But It’s Very Much Alive – [Wall Street Journal] 08.17.17


FCC’s Favors for Sinclair Are the Natural Byproduct of a Pro-Industry Agenda – [TechCrunch] 08.16.17


How a Conservative TV Giant Is Ridding Itself of Regulation – [New York Times] 08.14.17


Wells Fargo Accused of Ripping Off Mom-and-Pop Shops – [CNN Money]08.14.17



The Absolute Dominance of Google Chrome, in One Chart – [Business Insider] 08.13.17


Google Doesn’t Want What’s Best for Us – [New York Times] 08.13.17



Chinese Developers Target Apple With Antitrust Suit – [Business Insider] 08.12.17


Drug Industry Faces ‘Tidal Wave’ of Litigation Over Opioid Crisis – [Financial Times] 08.12.17


Who Is Winning With the Fiduciary Rule? Wall Street – [Wall Street Journal] 08.11.17


Behind the Google Diversity Memo Furor is Fear of Google’s Vast, Opaque Power – [Vox] 08.11.17


Trump Hotel in Washington Saw Strong Profit in First Four Months of 2017 – [Wall Street Journal] 08.11.17



Who Was Convicted Because of the Global Financial Crisis? – [Financial Times] 08.10.17


The New Copycats: How Facebook Squashes Competition From Startups – [Wall Street Journal] 08.09.17


Sinclair Deal Draws Unlikely Opponent: Conservative News Media – [New York Times] 08.09.17


Neomi Rao, the Scholar Who Will Help Lead Trump’s Regulatory Overhaul – [New York Times] 08.07.17


Pilotless Planes Could Save Airlines Billions. But Would Anyone Fly? – [CNN Money] 08.07.17


Financial Firm Fines Are Way Down Under Trump – [Naked Capitalism] 08.07.17


How Britain Fell Out of Love with the Free Market – [The Guardian] 08.06.17


Issue Brief: A Communications Oligopoly on Steroids – [Equitable Growth] 08.04.17


Wells Fargo Shares Fall After Filing Warns May Find ‘Significant Increase’ in Unauthorized Accounts – [CNBC] 08.04.17


Chuck Schumer: A Better Deal for American Workers – [New York Times]08.03.17


Bust Up America’s Monopolies Before They Do More Harm – [Bloomberg]08.03.17


Democrats Have a Plan to Take Back Populism – [Vox] 08.03.17


Economists Are Cheating Their Profession – [Bloomberg] 08.02.17


US Regulator Moves to Loosen Volcker Rule – [Financial Times] 08.02.17


Making Sense of Our Very Competitive, Super Monopolistic Economy – [Harvard Business Review] 07.31.17


Monopoly Was Invented to Demonstrate the Evils of Capitalism – [BBC Capital] 07.31.17


Teamsters Convince Congress to Block Driverless Trucks – [The Next Web]07.31.17


Senator Warren Calls On Fed to Remove Wells Fargo Board Members – [Reuters] 07.29.17


Amazon Everywhere: E-Commerce Titan Is Topic Companies Can’t Avoid– [Reuters] 07.29.17


Wells Fargo Faces Angry Questions After New Sales Abuses Uncovered – [Reuters] 07.29.17


Tobacco Shares Plunge After FDA Proposes Cut to Cigarette Nicotine – [Bloomberg] 07.28.17


The Amazon Effect Convulses a Febrile Wall Street – [Financial Times] 07.28.17


Laurene Powell Jobs has bought The Atlantic – [Recode] 07.28.17


Steve Bannon Wants Facebook and Google Regulated Like Utilities – [The Intercept] 07.27.17


Want to Get Rid of Trump? Only Fox News Can Do It – [New York Times]07.27.17


It’s Time to Fear Amazon – [The Next Web] 07.26.17


Volkswagen Says Cooperation With Rivals Is Common Industry Practice – [Reuters] 07.26.17


The Man Who Got Americans to Eat Trash Fish Is Now a Billionaire – [Bloomberg] 07.24.17


The Government Should Fight ‘Corporate Villainy’ in Tech, Senator Cory Booker Says – [Recode] 07.24.17


Why Tech Companies Are Spending So Much to Lobby the U.S. Government on Tax Reform Donald Trump – [Recode] 07.23.17


The Formula Democrats Need: Less Clintonism, Less Sandersism, More Warrenism Donald Trump – [Business Insider] 07.22.17



Current Unified Agenda of Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions Donald Trump – [ Office of Management and Budget] 07.22.17


Uber’s Newest D.C. Lobbyist: A Top Fundraiser for President Donald Trump – [ Recode] 07.21.17


Senator Cory Booker Thinks the U.S. Government Should Keep an Eye on the Size of Amazon, Google and Other Tech Giants – [ Recode] 07.21.17


Should America’s Tech Giants Be Broken Up? – [Bloomberg] 07.20.17


How Google Tries To Buy Government– [Forbes] 07.19.17


Why Single-Payer Health Care Saves Money – [New York Times] 07.17.17


Congress Trying to Sneak Through Major Giveaway to Defense – [The Intercept] 07.14.17


U.S. Attorney General Urged to Consider Blocking AT&T Deal for Time Warner – [Reuters] 07.13.17


The Unexpected Political Power of Dentists – [Washington Post] 07.13.17


The New Yardsticks of Investigative Journalism – [Columbia Journalism Review] 07.13.17


Newspapers Seek Antitrust Exemptions to Fight Google and Facebook – [Salon] 07.12.17


The Return of Monopoly – [New Republic] 07.12.17


Google Responds to Wall Street Journal Accusations of Paying Professors – [The Next Web] 07.12.17


Regulatory Capture of the FCC: Stacking the Deck with the New Proposed Republican Commissioner – [Huffington Post] 07.10.17


Newspaper Groups Join Forces to Deal With Facebook and Google – [Financial Times] 07.10.17


NYT and Other Papers to Pols: Save Us From Facebook-Google! – [AdAge] 07.10.17


News Outlets to Seek Bargaining Rights Against Google and Facebook – [New York Times] 07.10.17


A Top Democrat Is Worried Trump Interfered in the Government’s Review of the AT&T-Time Warner Deal – [Recode] 07.09.17


The Next Battle in Antitrust Will Be About Whether One Company Knows Everything About You – [Harvard Business Review] 07.09.17


You Should Be Outraged At Google’s Anti-Competitive Behavior – [Washington Post] 07.07.17


Google Faces a Second Massive Fine From the EU — This Time Over Android – [Business Insider] 07.05.17


Google’s Battle With the European Union is the World’s Biggest Economic Policy Story – [Vox] 07.04.17


Former Barclays Bosses Head to Court Over Fraud Charges – [Financial Times] 07.03.17


EU Considers Tougher Competition Powers – [Financial Times] 07.03.17


The Crazy Math Behind Drug Prices – [Bloomberg] 07.03.17


The Big Consequence of the Amazon-Whole Foods Deal No One’s Talking About – [Washington Post] 07.01.17


A Way to Own Your Social-Media Data – [New York Times] 06.30.17


Nike Thought It Didn’t Need Amazon—Then the Ground Shifted – [Wall Street Journal] 06.29.17


7 Random Obama-Era Regulations Republicans Decided to Roll Back – [Business Insider] 06.28.17


Why Europe Got Tough on Google But the U.S. Couldn’t – [Washington Post] 06.28.17


UK Regulator Calls For Radical Shake-Up of £7tn Investment Sector – [Financial Times] 06.28.17


Google Gets Record $2.7 Billion EU Fine for Skewing Searches – [Bloomberg] 06.27.17


Google Fined $2.7BN for EU Antitrust Violations Over Shopping Searches – [TechCrunch] 06.27.17


Yelp, Oracle and News Corp Have Signed a Letter Supporting EU Action Against Google – [Recode] 06.27.17


The Wrong Kind of Entrepreneurs Flourish in America – [Bloomberg]06.26.17


Google Faces €1bn Day of Reckoning in Brussels – [Financial Times] 06.25.17


Amazon Bites Off Even More Monopoly Power – [The New York Times] 06.21.17


Conglomerates Didn’t Die. They Look Like Amazon – [The New York Times] 06.21.17


James M. Buchanan: The Architect of the Radical Right – [The Atlantic] 06.20.17


New Poll of Rural Americans Shows Deep Cultural Divide with Urban Residents – [Washington Post] 06.17.17


Trump’s Drug Price ‘Remedy’ Expected to be Industry Friendly – [Politico] 06.17.17


Policing the Power of Tech Giants – [Axios] 06.17.17


Trump Owes Lenders At Least $315 million, Disclosure Shows – [Reuters] 06.17.17


The U.S. Is Where the Rich Are the Richest – [Bloomberg] 06.16.17


Amazon’s Margin-Crusher Invades the Grocery Store – [Wall Street Journal] 06.16.17


What Amazon’s Audience Match Tool Means For Advertisers – [AdExchanger]06.16.17


Open Markets Condemns Amazon Plan to Buy Whole Foods – [New America] 06.16.17


Donald Trump and Rupert Murdoch: Inside the Billionaire Bromance – [The Guardian] 06.16.17


Tech CEOs Cook, Bezos, Catz Said to Attend Kushner-Led Summit – [Bloomberg] 06.11.17


Amazon’s Quiet Domination Merits Greater Scrutiny – [Financial Times] 06.09.17


Drain the Swamp? Not If This Guy Can Help It – [Washington Post] 06.05.17


Frightened By Donald Trump? You Don’t Know the Half of it – [The Guardian] 06.02.17


Silicon Valley’s CEO Worship Problem– [Salon] 06.02.17


Taibbi on Republicans and Democrats Blocking Drug Reimportation – [Rolling Stone] 06.02.17


Auto Dealerships Are America’s Most Powerful Middlemen – [Houston Chronicle] 06.02.17


The Numbers Are In: A Single-Payer Health System in California Would Cover Everyone and Save Tens of Billions a Year – [AlterNet] 06.02.17


Net Neutrality Activists Have Already Lost, According to These Execs – [Washington Post] 06.01.17


Walmart is Asking Employees to Deliver Packages on Their Way Home From Work – [Washington Post] 06.01.17


Google Plans to Clean Up the Web with Chrome Ad Blocker Next Year – [The Verge] 06.01.17


The New York Times Killed the Public Editor Job Just When it’s Needed Most– [Poynter] 06.01.17


Wilbur Ross and the Sugar Barons: How a Mexican Trade Deal Got Sticky– [Financial Times] 05.31.17


Polanyi, the Failed Prophet of Moral Economics – [Boston Review] 05.31.17


New Competitive Global Elite Emerges in IMD Business School’s Latest World Competitiveness Ranking – [IMD]05.31.17


Facebook Shareholders to Confront Zuckerberg Over Fake News – [Financial Times] 05.31.17


What’s My Investing Fee? A Frustrating Quest – [Wall Street Journal] 05.31.17


Citing Housing Shortage, Builders Push for Friendlier Laws – [Wall Street Journal] 05.30.17


Republicans Still Believe It’s ‘Makers’ Versus ‘Takers’ – [Bloomberg] 05.30.17


Drug Lobbyists’ Battle Cry Over Prices: Blame the Others – [New York Times] 05.30.17


High-Priced Drugs Raise Costs For Seniors in Medicare Part D – [Wall Street Journal] 05.29.17


U.S. Companies No Longer Know Rules of Game Under Trump, Hasbro Director Says – [Reuters] 05.29.17


What Economic Policies Do Americans Need? Just Ask Them – [Bloomberg] 05.26.17


Enforcement Chief to Step Down at Financial Derivatives Regulator – [The New York Times] 05.26.17


Trump Administration Conflicts Of Interest: How Gary Cohn Could Sell U.S. Infrastructure To Goldman Sachs– [International Business Times] 05.26.17


Montana Hospital Prices Are Out of Control, Legislator Says – [Great Falls Tribune] 05.26.17


The Dark Heart of California Water Politics: Big Ag & Big Oil Regulatory Capture – [Elk Grove News] 05.23.17


$110 Billion Weapons Sale to Saudis Has Jared Kushner’s Personal Touch – [New York Times] 05.19.17


Roll Call Reporter Says F.C.C. Security Pinned Him to a Wall – [New York Times] 05.19.17


Is There A Gas Line Near Your House? How Anadarko Petroleum Killed A Bill Forcing Fossil Fuel Companies To Tell Homeowners – [International Business Times] 05.17.17


There Is a Conversation in the US About Whether Antitrust Law Should be Rethought – [Financial Times] 05.14.17


Washington Welcomes the Wealthiest– [New York Times] 05.14.17


Sinclair Requires TV Stations to Air Segments That Tilt to the Right – [New York Times] 05.13.17


Why Are Economists Giving Piketty the Cold Shoulder? – [Boston Review] 05.12.17


Luigi Zingales: Today’s Monopolies Are Yesterday’s Startups – [Chicago Booth Review] 05.11.17


How Corn Took Over American Farms– [Bloomberg] 05.11.17


Europe’s Top Court Leaning Towards Dealing Uber a Big Regulatory Blow – [TechCrunch] 05.11.17


Deficiencies That Public Utility Regulation Can Cure – [Financial Times] 05.10.17


Comcast and Charter Just Showed Everyone How to Do Antitrust Violations Right – [Gizmodo] 05.10.17


Fuel of the Future: Data is Giving Rise to a New Economy – [The Economist] 05.05.17


Congress Is Right to Be Upset With America’s Airlines – [The Economist] 05.03.17


Airline Leaders Lambasted at Hearing on Passenger Treatment – [Bloomberg] 05.02.17


‘I’m an Ex-Facebook Exec: Don’t Believe What They Tell You About Ads’– [The Guardian] 05.02.17


Donald Trump’s Pluto-Populism Laid Bare – [Financial Times] 05.02.17


What Fintech Is Going to Do to Banking – [Financial Times] 05.02.17


How Congress Could Make Steve Bannon’s Wildest Dream Come True – [The Fiscal Times] 05.02.17


Trump Weighs Breaking Up Wall Street Banks, Raising U.S. Gas Tax – [Bloomberg] 05.01.17


The Cost of Barack Obama’s Speech – [New York Times] 05.01.17


Donald Trump’s First 100 Days Have Been a Moneymaking Success Story – [Vox] 04.28.17


WPP to Limit Martin Sorrell’s Pay to Just Over £13m From 2021 – [Financial Times] 04.28.17


Stanley Fischer Defends the Revolving Door Between Wall Street and the Fed —Without Mentioning He’s Part of it – [Business Insider] 04.28.17


Wells Fargo Shakes Up Washington Lobbying After Accounts Scandal – [Bloomberg] 04.27.17


Larry Summers: Trump Is Undermining His Own Treasury Secretary – [The Washington Post] 04.27.17


Trump’s FCC Has Begun Its Attack on Net Neutrality – [The Nation] 04.26.17


How Trump’s Pick for Top Antitrust Cop May Shape Competition – [New York Times] 04.26.17


Regulator Outlines Net-Neutrality Rollback – [Wall Street Journal] 04.26.17


Britain’s Leaders Have Lost Their Way – We Need People Who Put Country Before Self-Interest – [The Telegraph] 04.26.17


Wells Fargo Record Shareholder Rebellion Does Not Mark End of Woes– [Financial Times] 04.26.17


California Health Care Bill: Big Corporate Money Opposes Single-Payer Proposal – [International Business Times] 04.25.17


AT&T’s Words on Time Warner Deal Say ‘Underdog.’ Its Actions Speak Otherwise – [New York Times] 04.23.17


Elizabeth Warren on Big Banks and Their (Cozy Bedmate) Regulators – [New York Times] 04.23.17


Why Some Scientists Are Embracing Activism – [Wall Street Journal] 04.22.17


Is It Time to Break Up Google? – [New York Times] 04.22.17


FTC Sets Its Sights On Occupational Licensing – [Forbes] 04.22.17


How Online Shopping Makes Suckers of Us All – [The Atlantic] 04.21.17


Why the Decline In the Number of Listed American Firms Matters – [The Economist] 04.21.17


US Media Outlets Look to Bridge Partisan Divides – [Financial Times] 04.21.17


Google Is a Monopoly — And It’s Crushing the Internet – [The Week] 04.21.17


F.C.C. Leader Seeks Tech Companies’ Views on Net Neutrality – [New York Times] 04.21.17


Want to Rescue Rural America? Bust Monopolies. – [The Washington Post] 04.21.17


Verizon, for First Time, Loses Core Wireless Customers – [Wall Street Journal] 04.20.17



The Evidence is Piling Up — Silicon Valley Is Being Destroyed – [Business Insider] 04.19.17


As Trump Drifts Away From Populism, His Supporters Grow Watchful – [New York Times] 04.19.17


The Washington Post Pours Some Sugar on Gary Cohn – [Politico] 04.18.17


Trump’s No Populist. He’s a Swamp Monster – [The Washington Post] 04.18.17


Can the Consumer Watchdog Trump Loathes Win an Ohio Election? – [Politico] 04.17.17


Google Caves to Russian Antitrust Regulators – [The Moscow Times] 04.17.17


Poll: People Won’t Fly United If Another Airline Has An Identical Flight – [Morning Consult] 04.17.17


NY Fed Boss May Have Blabbed During Blackout – [New York Post] 04.17.17


Trump Just Appointed a Chemical Industry Honcho to Protect Us From Chemicals – [Mother Jones] 04.16.17


Philanthropy In America Is Becoming ‘Ideological Arms Race,’ Author Says – [NPR] 04.16.17


It’s Official: Donald Trump is the Best Thing That’s Ever Happened to Nonprofit Journalism – [Inside Philanthropy] 04.16.17


White House to Keep Its Visitor Logs Secret – [New York Times] 04.15.17


How United Turned the Friendly Skies Into a Flying Hellscape – [Wired]04.14.17


The University of Chicago Worries About a Lack of Competition – [The Economist] 04.12.17


Boycotting United Will Never Work. Here’s Why – [Bloomberg] 04.14.17


Trump Reversals Hint at Wall Street Wing’s Sway in White House – [New York Times] 04.13.17


The University of Chicago Worries About a Lack of Competition – [The Economist] 04.12.17


Donald Trump Healthcare: Anthem CEO Talks With Trump As Insurance Giant Pushes For Cigna Merger Approval – [International Business Times] 04.12.17


Trump Takes a Centrist Tack on Economic Policy, Abandoning Campaign Pledges – [Washington Post]04.12.17


United Airlines Spent Millions Fighting Proposals To Protect Passenger Rights – [International Business Times] 04.12.17


Barclays and What Happens When You Go After the Whistleblower – [Financial Times] 04.12.17


KPMG fires 6 Employees Over Advance Warning on Audits – [Financial Times] 04.12.17


The University of Chicago Worries About a Lack of Competition – [The Economist] 04.12.17


Wells Fargo Claws Back $75m in Bonuses Over Sham Accounts – [Financial Times] 04.10.17


How Pharma Companies Game the System to Keep Drugs Expensive – [Harvard Business Review] 04.09.17


Why You Probably Work for a Giant Company, in 20 Charts – [Wall Street Journal] 04.07.17


Donald Trump Still Open to Populist Bank Break-Up Proposals – [Financial Times] 04.07.17


Why the Urge to Merge Could Return to Wall Street – [New York Times] 04.06.17


Simcha Barkai’s Stigler Center Paper on the Labor Share Featured in Vice – [Vice] 04.06.17


Vote Correlation: Internet Privacy Resolution and Telecom Contributions– [] 04.05.17


Vote Correlation: FCC Ruling and Telecom Contributions – [] 04.04.17


Corporations in the Age of Inequality – [Harvard Business Review] 04.01.17


The U.S. Fintech Rregulation Report: How the U.S. Regulatory Environment Is Holding Back the Fintech Industry – [Business Insider] 03.30.17


The Hidden Monopolies That Raise Drug Prices – [American Prospect] 03.28.17


Cargill Chief Warns Against Protectionist Policies – [Financial Times] 03.28.17


The Disease Killing White Americans Goes Way Deeper Than Opioids – [The Washington Post] 03.28.17


Analysis: A Pharma Company That spent $500,000 Trying to Keep Pot Illegal Just Got DEA Approval for Synthetic Marijuana – [The Washington Post] 03.28.17


Obama’s Fiduciary Rule Is a Disaster, Warns Former SEC Regulator – [Financial Times] 03.26.17


Citing Confidentiality, British Court Blocks Reuters Article on Hedge Fund– [New York Times] 03.25.17


Meet The Martin Shkreli Of Defense Contracting – [Huffington Post] 03.24.17


Watchdog Group Wants to Know If White House Is Interfering in Decision to Block Anthem-Cigna Merger – [The Washington Post] 03.24.17


PwC Takes One for the Industry In Settling MF Global – [Financial Times]03.24.17


Trump Creates More Vacancies By Firing U.S. Attorneys – [Financial Times] 03.23.17


From Bad Air to Birth Defects, Five Hidden Risks in Slashing the EPA – [Bloomberg] 03.23.17


Senate Republicans Vote To Gut Internet Privacy – [BuzzFeed] 03.23.17


High-Court Case to Challenge Jurisdiction ‘Shopping’ in Patent Suits– [Wall Street Journal] 03.23.17


U.S. Loses Focus on White-Collar Crime, Lawyers Say – [Financial Times] 03.23.17


Democrats Press Trump’s SEC Nominee on Wall Street Ties – [Financial Times] 03.23.17


A Scholarly Sting Operation Shines a Light on ‘Predatory’ Journals – [New York Times] 03.22.17


DOD’s Revolving Door in Full Swing – [Politico] 03.20.17


People Trust News Based On Who Shared It, Not On Who Published It – [Nieman Journalism Lab] 03.20.17


Market Power in the U.S. Economy Today – [Equitable Growth] 03.20.17


Trump Administration Conflicts? Former Anthem Lobbyist To Oversee Antitrust Division: Report – [International Business Times] 03.20.17


Trump’s Antitrust Division Pick Could Mean Trouble For Mergers – [New York Post] 03.20.17


Activist Investor Takes a Page From Greenpeace, Pushing Companies for Change – [Wall Street Journal] 03.19.17


George Osborne Facing Calls to Quit as MP Over Evening Standard Job – [The Guardian] 03.17.17


H-1B Visas Keep Down U.S. Tech Wages, Study Shows – [Wall Street Journal] 03.17.17


Wells Fargo Leaders Reaped Lavish Pay Even as Account Scandal Unfolded – [New York Times] 03.17.17


Amgen to Refund Cholesterol Drug if Patients Suffer Heart Attack – [Financial Times] 03.17.17


The People From ‘Government Sachs’ – [New York Times] 03.17.17


The Man Who Made Us See That Trade Isn’t Always Free – [Bloomberg]03.17.17


Updates From the Fake-News World – [Nieman Journalism Lab] 03.15.17


Germany Cracks Down on Social Media Over Fake News – [Financial Times] 03.15.17


Hard Truths About Fake News – [Financial Times] 03.15.17


Kushners Set to Get $400 Million From Chinese Firm on Tower – [Bloomberg] 03.13.17


How Antitrust Enforcement Can Spur Innovation – [VoxEU] 03.13.17


Ajit Pai’s Dismantling of Net Neutrality Amounts to War On Consumers – [The Hill] 03.13.17


PwC Accuses Corzine Over MF Global Run – [Financial Times] 03.12.17


The Case Against the Murdoch Empire– [New Statesman] 03.10.17


Wall Street Money in Washington – [Americans for Financial Reform] 03.08.17


George Osborne to Earn £650,000 at BlackRock for Four Days a Month – [Financial Times] 03.08.17


Caterpillar Is Accused in Report to Federal Investigators of Tax Fraud – [New York Times] 03.07.17


Conservatives Savage GOP Obamacare Plan Despite Trump Backing – [Bloomberg] 03.07.17


Excessive CEO Pay for Dumb Luck – [Bloomberg] 03.06.17


Leashes Come Off Wall Street, Gun Sellers, Miners and More – [New York Times] 03.05.17


With No Disclosure, Comcast-Owned Vox Runs Commercial for Comcast’s $500M Snapchat Investment – [FAIR ] 03.04.17


Neil Gorsuch and Antitrust Law – [National Review] 03.04.17


How Uber Used Secret Greyball Tool to Deceive Authorities Worldwide – [New York Times] 03.03.17


Donald Trump’s Economic Team Packed With Corporate Lobbyists And Koch Brothers Allies – [International Business Times] 03.01.17


JPMorgan Finance Chief Calls for Easing of Bank Regulation – [Financial Times] 02.28.17


Samsung Heir Lee Jae-Yong Charged with Bribery – [Financial Times] 02.28.17


GE CEO: “Many Fears of the American Workforce are Created By a Lack of Competitiveness” – [GE Annual Report 2016] 02.27.17


US Banks Hit Brakes on Lending After Trump Election – [Financial Times] 02.27.17


Donald Trump is Creating a Field Day for the One Percent – [Financial Times] 02.26.17


Did Someone Say ‘Tax Code Rewrite’?– [New York Times] 02.25.17


White House Power Player Jared Kushner Is Keeping Parts of His Real Estate Empire – [ProPublica] 02.24.17


Trump Is on the Verge of His Own Bull Market – [Bloomberg] 02.24.17


Big Pharma Quietly Enlists Leading Professors to Justify $1,000-Per-Day Drugs – [ProPublica] 02.24.17


Silicon Valley Tried to Upend Banks. Now It Works With Them. – [New York Times] 02.23.17


Trump Appointee Gary Cohn to Stay Clear of Goldman Matters – [Financial Times] 02.23.17


Cut off Elon Musk’s Government Subsidy Gravy Train – [The National Interest] 02.22.17


New EPA Head is Awfully Friendly With the Industry he Should Regulate, Emails Show – [The Verge] 02.22.17


NPR Has Created a Team Devoted to Covering President Trump’s Conflicts of Interest – [Poynter] 02.22.17


Michael Wolff on Trump’s Tech War and How Big Media Benefits – [Hollywood Reporter] 02.21.17


Neil Gorsuch Always Sides with Big Business, Big Donors and Big Bosses – [The Washington Post] 02.21.17


Pharma Industry Shuns Trump Push for Radical Shift at FDA – [Reuters] 02.20.17


Trump Then: ‘I Would Have No Problem’ Banning Lobbyists. Trump Now: You’re Hired! – [ProPublica] 02.20.17


Why Is Congress Undermining Retirement Security for Millions of Americans? – [New America] 02.18.17


As Leaks Multiply, Fears of a ‘Deep State’ in America – [New York Times] 02.18.17


A Corporate Defender at Heart, Former SEC Chair Mary Jo White Returns to Her Happy Place – [The Intercept] 02.17.17


SoftBank Willing to Cede Control of Sprint to Entice T-Mobile – [Reuters] 02.17.17


Trump’s War on Economists – [CNBC] 02.17.17


UnitedHealth Accused of Overcharging Medicare – [Fortune] 02.17.17


Jared Kushner Delivers Critique of CNN to Time Warner Executive – [Wall Street Journal] 02.16.17


Why One Food Executive is Pledging $25 Million to Fight His Own Industry– [Washington Post] 02.16.17


Market Failure Looks Like the Culprit in Rising Costs – [Bloomberg] 02.16.17


Does VC Mean Venture Capital Or Very Concentrated? – [Forbes] 02.16.17


When a Pillar of the Fourth Estate Rests on a Trump-Murdoch Axis – [New York Times] 02.13.17


An Anti-Consumer Agenda at the F.C.C. – [New York Times] 02.11.17


Powerful Fed Governor Dan Tarullo to Step Down – [Financial Times] 02.10.17


Wikipedia Calls the Daily Mail “Generally Unreliable,” and Bans it As a Source in Most Cases – [Nieman Journalism Lab] 02.10.17


Wall Street Journal Editor to Face Critics – [Politico] 02.10.17


Putting Clients Second – [New York Times] 02.10.17


What Will US Antitrust Policy Look Like Under Trump? – [The Hill] 02.09.17


Trump Team May Inject Populist Agenda Into Antitrust Decisions – [The Hill] 02.09.17


Rupert Murdoch Secretly Sat In on Interview with Donald Trump – [Financial Times] 02.09.17


Ivanka Trump Oversaw Murdoch Daughters’ Trust – [Financial Times] 02.09.17


Cigna-Anthem Merger 2017: With Billions Of Dollars At Stake, Proposed Health Insurance Deal Is Blocked By Federal Judge – [International Business Times] 02.09.17


US Federal Court Blocks $48bn Anthem-Cigna Merger – [Financial Times] 02.09.17


Bello: The Odebrecht Scandal Brings Hope of Reform – [The Economist] 02.08.17


How to Fix the National Energy Board, Canada’s ‘Captured Regulator’– [DeSmog Canada] 02.08.17


Why Nobody Cares the President Is Lying – [ New York Times] 02.06.17


Why the Maximize Shareholder Value Theory Is Bogus – [ Evonomics] 02.06.17


The End Of The Level Playing Field – [AVC] 02.05.17


Lighter Regulatory Touch is No Reason to Celebrate – [ Financial Times] 02.04.17


Trump Puts Brake on ‘Client First’ Fiduciary Rule Protecting Retirees – [Financial Times] 02.04.17


Trump Prepares to Take Axe to Wall St Regulation – [ Financial Times] 02.03.17


‘It’s Tricky’: Trump to Order Review of Dodd-Frank, Halt Obama Fiduciary Rule – [ Bloomberg] 02.03.17


‘It’s Tricky’: Apple Has Missed the Deadline to Pay $13.9 Billion to Ireland in Illegal Tax Benefits – [ CNBC] 02.02.17


US Executives Ride Donald Trump’s Wave of Uncertainty – [ Financial Times] 02.02.17


Antitrust Enforcement in the Trump Administration – [ Lexology] 02.01.17


Could David Plouffe And Company Be Dinged $92,000 For Off The Books Lobbying In Chicago? – [The Daily Line] 02.01.17


Trump Signs Executive Order to Slash Regulations – [Reuters] 01.30.17


Trumping Capitalism? – [Institute for New Economic Thinking] 01.27.17


ABA Section of Antitrust Law releases Presidential Transition Report – [American Bar Association] 01.25.17


Eight Market-Oriented Proposals That Reduce Income Inequality – [AEI] 01.25.17


Judge Says Aetna Dropped Out of some Obamacare Markets to Help Win its Merger Fight – [Washington Post] 01.25.17


Why Trump’s Staff Is Lying – [Bloomberg] 01.25.17


Gary Cohn’s Goldman Exit Tops $100 Million – [Wall Street Journal] 01.25.17


IEX Group John Ramsay on Speed Bump and CHX – [Business Insider] 01.24.17


Why Mobile Customers are Better Off Under Democratic Governments – [Livemint ] 01.24.17


New York Times Editor Quentin Hardy is Heading to Google – [Recode] 01.24.17


Taming the Chaebols by Lee Jong-Wha – [Project Syndicate] 01.21.17


Ads for Google Products Topped Google Search Results 91 Percent of the Time – [Recode] 01.20.17


Wright Under Consideration as Trump’s Antitrust Chief, Source Says – [Bloomberg] 01.20.17


Donald Trump’s High-Profile Apparent Merger Meetings Are a Major Cause for Alarm – [Slate] 01.20.17


Trump Noses Into One of the World’s Biggest Mergers – [Politico] 01.20.17


Trump Is Ready to Bless Monsanto and Bayer’s Massive Merger – [Mother Jones] 01.20.17


A Federal Judge Is Expected to Block the Anthem-Cigna Merger – [Fortune] 01.20.17


Public Sees Corporations Gaining Influence in Trump Era – [Pew Research Center] 01.19.17


The Clinton Foundation Shuts Down Clinton Global Initiative – [Observer]01.19.17


Five Questions Winterkorn Will Face Over Dieselgate – [Financial Times]01.18.17


Dodd-Frank in Crosshairs as Law’s Opponents Take Power – [Wall Street Journal] 01.18.17


This Economic Phenomenon Is Making Government Sick – [Bloomberg] 01.18.17


Luxottica and Essilor Agree to €50bn Merger – [Financial Times] 01.16.17


Trump’s Administration Will Regulate Trump’s Businesses, Raising Prospect of Conflicts – [The Washington Post] 01.16.17


It’s Time to Build a Human Economy That Benefits Everyone, Not Just the Privileged Few – [Oxfam] 01.15.17


Scott Pruitt, Trump’s E.P.A. Pick, Backed Industry Donors Over Regulators – [New York Times] 01.15.17


FTC Chairwoman Edith Ramirez to Resign – [Wall Street Journal] 01.13.17


Wall Street Wins Big From Trump Transition – [Financial Times] 01.13.17


Alphabet’s Eric Schmidt Heads to Trump Tower (Again) – [TechCrunch] 01.12.17


AT&T’s CEO Just Went to Trump Tower in the Wake of Trump’s Torching of CNN, Which AT&T Wants to Buy – [Business Insider] 01.12.17


‘The Mooch’ Earns the Ear of Donald Trump – [Wall Street Journal] 01.12.17


Snapchat Hires Senior State Department Official Rick Stengel to Deepen Its Ties With Washington – [Business Insider] 01.11.17


Trump Says Drug Companies Are ‘Getting Away With Murder’— and Biotech Shares Are Plunging – [Business Insider] 01.11.17


Which Party Is the Party of the 1 Percent? – [Capital Research Center] 01.10.17


Donald Trump is Making America Safe for Business – [Financial Times] 01.10.17


Documents Detail Mattis’s Lucrative Speaking Engagements and Financial Ties to Defense Contractors – [Washington Post] 01.09.17


F.B.I. Arrests Volkswagen Executive on Conspiracy Charge in Emissions Scandal – [New York Times] 01.09.17


VW Top Management ‘Authorised Concealment’ of Emissions Cheating – [Financial Times] 01.09.17


U.S. Bucked Rest of World on Antitrust Enforcement in 2016 – [Wall Street Journal] 01.09.17


U.S. Bucked Rest of World on Antitrust Enforcement in 2016 – [Bloomberg Big Law Business] 01.08.17


Jared Kushner, a Trump In-Law and Adviser, Chases a Chinese Deal – [New York Times] 01.07.17


Speaker Paul Ryan, After Passing Regulatory Rollback, Parties With Lobbyists at Fundraiser – [The Intercept]01.06.17


Trump Tells Confidant He Still Opposes AT&T-Time Warner – [Bloomberg] 01.05.17


US Jury Orders DuPont to Pay $10.5 mln in Punitive Damages Over Leaked Chemical – [CNBC] 01.05.17


Corporations Need a New Reason to Be – [Bloomberg] 01.04.17


Drug Pricing Report Shows Limits of Transparency Push – [Wall Street Journal] 01.03.17


NYC’s Brand New Subway is the Most Expensive in the World — That’s a Problem – [Vox] 01.02.17


Why Corporations Are Helping Donald Trump Lie About Jobs – [New York Times] 01.02.17


The FDA’s Rigged Drug Committees – [The Wall Street Journal] 01.01.17


Scientists Loved and Loathed by an Agrochemical Giant – [New York Times] 12.31.16


DuPont Hit With $2 Million Verdict Over Teflon-Making Chemical – [Reuters] 12.30.16


Facebook Doesn’t Tell Users Everything It Really Knows About Them – [ProPublica] 12.29.16


The 17 Tech Companies That Lobby the Government the Most – [Business Insider] 12.22.16


Carl Icahn to Champion Decreased Regulation as Trump Adviser – [Bloomberg] 12.22.16


Trump Adds Billionaire Carl Icahn to Team as Special Adviser On Regulation – [The Guardian] 12.21.16


A Lobbying Roadmap to Influencing Trump – [Politico] 12.21.16


Why You Should Eat More Sugar (According to a Study Funded by the Sugar Industry) – [Mother Jones] 12.21.16


Newt Gingrich Says Trump Has Given Up On ‘Draining The Swamp’ – [Huffington Post] 12.21.16


Meeting Notes Contradict Murdoch Claim Not to Have Asked PMs for Help – [The Guardian] 12.21.16


Thiel Pushes to Add Commercial-Space Backers to Trump NASA Team – [Wall Street Journal] 12.21.16


Why the Department of Justice Investigation Into TV Ad Production Bid Rigging is a Big Deal – [Business Insider] 12.21.16


Italy Braces For Monte dei Paschi Rescue – [Financial Times] 12.20.16


Regulators Rap Firms Using Severance to Silence Whistleblowers – [Wall Street Journal] 12.20.16


Two Republicans Look to Write the Next Dodd-Frank – [Wall Street Journal]12.20.16


The Regulatory Capture Of The Press – [The Concourse] 12.20.16


Facebook Hit With Antitrust Complaint by EU Regulators Over WhatsApp Acquisition – [Business Insider] 12.20.16


How ‘Islands of Honesty’ Can Crush a System of Corruption – [New York Times] 12.19.16


By Attacking the Press, Donald Trump May Be Doing It a Favor – [New York Times] 12.19.16


Trump-Sinclair Deal Underscores Decline of Media – [The Hill] 12.19.16


Reform the Economic System Now Or the Populists Will Do It – [Financial Times] 12.19.16


The Rust Belt Is Right to Blame Obama – [Wall Street Journal] 12.19.16


Trump Dines with Carlos Slim as Relations Warm With Mexican Leaders – [Washington Post] 12.19.16


IMF Chief Christine Lagarde Found Guilty for Past Payout to French Tycoon – [Washington Post] 12.19.16


Whistle-Blowers Spur Companies to Change Their Ways – [New York Times]12.19.16


Rising Inequality Has Crushed the Dream of Upward Mobility – [Vox]12.15.16


On the day Trump Said He’d Clarify His Business Dealings, His Conflicts of Interest Look Thornier Than Ever – [The Washington Post] 12.15.16


Apple, Google and Others at Trump Tech Summit Have Stashed $560 Billion in Profits Overseas – [The Intercept] 12.15.16


Justin Trudeau: ‘Globalisation Isn’t Working for Ordinary People’ – [The Guardian] 12.15.16


Google and Facebook to Take 71 Percent of UK Online Ad Revenue by 2020 – [The Guardian] 12.15.16


Mossberg: Why the AT&T-Time Warner Merger is Dangerous – [Recode] 12.14.16


Trump Children’s Expanded Roles Will Test Father’s Heavy Hand – [Wall Street Journal] 12.14.16


Social Media Companies Aren’t Just an Open Marketplace for Ideas — They’re Also Amplifying the Most Dangerous Ones. – [New York Times]12.14.16


Too Big, Too Leninist – a China Crisis is a Matter of Time – [Financial Times]12.14.16


High Price Tags for New Medicines Are About to Come Under Renewed Pressure – [The Economist] 12.13.16


Trump’s Nominees Stand to Reap Tens of Millions of Dollars in Potential Tax Deferrals – [Wall Street Journal] 12.13.16


Forget AT&T. The Real Monopolies Are Google and Facebook – [New York Times] 12.13.16


Messages Between Mark Zuckerberg and Marc Andreessen Surface in Facebook Lawsuit – [Business Insider] 12.13.16


Guess Who’s Defending Dodd-Frank – [Wall Street Journal] 12.13.16


Google vs. the EU Explains the Digital Economy – [Harvard Business Review] 12.12.16


Is Trump the Godfather of Trade? – [CNN] 12.08.16


Donald Trump’s Company-by-Company Industrial Policy – [New York Times] 12.08.16


Business Wary of Twitter Blasts From Trump’s Bully Pulpit – [Financial Times]12.07.16


AT&T Tells Hearing Time Warner Deal Will Not Harm Consumers – [Financial Times] 12.07.16


America’s First Real Estate Presidency– [Politico] 12.07.16


Pushing to Kill Regulations (and Weaken Fair Use), the Newspaper Lobby is Asking Trump for Change – [Nieman Journalism Lab] 12.07.16


Policies to Ameliorate Income Inequality Fall Woefully Short – [Equitable Growth] 12.06.16


Trump Calls for Boeing’s Air Force One Contract to Be Cancelled – [Financial Times] 12.06.16


CEOs Enjoy Richer Perks – [Wall Street Journal] 12.06.16



Why Trump Would Almost Certainly Be Violating the Constitution If He Continues to Own His Businesses – [ProPublica] 12.06.16


Obamacare Was Profitable for Some Insurers Despite Public Comments – [USA Today] 12.04.16


Donald Trump’s White House Counsel Is Proud “Architect” of America’s Corrupt Big Money Politics – [The Intercept] 12.04.16


Trump’s Troubling Tweet: He Would Almost Certainly be Violating the Constitution If He Continues to Own His Businesses – [Salon] 12.03.16


Trump’s Stock Holdings May Give Him a Personal Stake in Rules On Banks and Oil Firms – [Washington Post]12.02.16


US Banks Regulator Seeks to Oversee Fintech Groups – [Financial Times]12.02.16


Trump’s Wealthy Cabinet Choices Hark Back to Gilded Age – [Financial Times] 12.02.16


Donald Trump’s Deal with Carrier is Deal-Based Capitalism – [Financial Times] 12.02.16


Trump Picks Wall Street Leaders for Advisory Council – [Financial Times]12.02.16


Dodd-Frank Critic Paul Atkins in Frame for Top SEC Post – [Financial Times] 12.02.16


Fears Ebb of Trump Blocking AT&T’s $85bn Time Warner Deal – [Financial Times] 12.01.16


Trump Deal with Carrier Came with $7m in Incentives – [Financial Times]12.01.16


Indiana Official: Carrier Deal is About Federal Contracts – [Politico] 12.01.16


Goldman Sachs at Center of Politics, Money and Public Furor Once Again – [Wall Street Journal] 11.30.16


Trump Saved Jobs at Carrier by Making a Bad Deal for Americans – [Slate] 11.30.16


Lack of Market Competition, Rising Profits, and A New Way to Look at the Division of Income in the United States – [Equitable Growth] 11.30.16


Why Corruption Matters – [New York Times] 11.28.16


Corporate America Lobbies Trump for Tax Reversal – [Financial Times] 11.27.16


Trump Praised His Turkish Business Partner In A Call With President Erdogan – [Huffington Post] 11.23.16


Trump’s Transition is Tangled Up in Business Ties – [Financial Times] 11.22.16


Argentina Denies News Report That Trump Sought Personal Favors – [Washington Post] 11.21.16


Warren Buffett Is Betting the Airline Oligopoly Is Here to Stay – [Harvard Business Review] 11.18.16


The Right Way to Resist Trump – [New York Times] 11.18.16


FCC Abides by GOP Request, Deletes Everything From Meeting Agenda – [Ars Technica] 11.17.16


Trump Team Toughens Rules on White House Lobbyists – [Financial Times] 11.17.16


Theranos Whistleblower Shook the Company—And His Family – [Wall Street Journal] 11.17.16


Bankers Celebrate Dawn of Trump Era – [Politico] 11.17.16


An Unpredictable Matchup: Donald Trump vs. Big Business – [The Atlantic]11.16.16


Steve Bannon on Crony Capitalism in America – [BuzzFeed] 11.15.16


Google Gets a Seat on the Trump Transition Team – [The Intercept] 11.15.16


Following the Money of Trump’s Treasury Hopefuls – [OpenSecrets]11.14.16


After Trump’s Win, News Organizations See a Bump in Subscriptions and Donations – [Nieman Journalism Lab] 11.14.16


AT&T: First Test for Trump on Net Neutrality – [Wall Street Journal] 11.14.16


Should the Government Bring Back Trust-Busting? – [New York Times]11.14.16


SEC Chairman White to Leave Agency, Opening Door to Conservative Shift – [Wall Street Journal] 11.14.16


These 25 Companies Are More Powerful Than Many Countries – [Foreign Policy] 11.14.16


Why Trump Might Not Block the AT&T-Time Warner Merger, After All– [Washington Post] 11.13.16


How Letting Bankers Off the Hook May Have Tipped the Election – [New York Times] 11.13.16


Trump Campaigned Against Lobbyists, but Now They’re on His Transition Team – [New York Times]11.11.16


Should Google be scrubbing servers to prepare for President Trump? – [The Verge] 11.11.16


Trump Transition Team Picks Regulation Foe as Telecom Point Man– [Politico] 11.11.16


Trump’s Taxes to Stay Under Audit, But Will Public See Them? – [Bloomberg]11.11.16


Tear up the Democratic Party – [CNN]11.10.16


Who Can Rein In President Trump? – [Slate] 11.09.16


Pharma and Oil Groups Boosted but Investors Sell Carmakers and Renewables – [Financial Times] 11.09.16


A Schwarzenegger, a Berlusconi, or a Mussolini? – []11.09.16


K Street Poised for Big Business in GOP-Run Washington – [Politico]11.09.16


Trump Victory: Corporate Winners and Losers – [Financial Times] 11.09.16


Media’s Next Challenge: Overcoming the Threat of Fake News – [New York Times] 11.08.16


A Trump-Clinton Donor Divide: Home Values – [Crain’s] 11.08.16


Elizabeth Warren Tells Hillary Clinton Not To Hire Wall Street Donors – [International Business Times] 11.07.16


De Beers Tries to Counter a Growing Threat: Man-Made Diamonds – [Wall Street Journal] 11.07.16


Protecting Our Nation’s Workforce Through Antitrust – [Department of Justice] 11.04.16


Is It Time to Abandon GDP? – [Project Syndicate] 11.04.16


U.S. Charges in Generic-Drug Probe to Be Filed by Year-End – [Bloomberg]11.04.16


Why Aren’t Americans Getting Raises? Blame the Monopsony – [Wall Street Journal] 11.03.16


Google Hits Back at EU Over Antitrust Charges – [Wall Street Journal] 11.03.16


DND Toll Scrapping, Theory of Regulatory Capture and the Challenge Before the Supreme Court – [Live Law]11.03.16


What Does the Great Newspaper Squeeze of 2016 Mean for Investigative Journalism? – [Poynter] 11.03.16


How Waning Competition Deepens Labor’s Plight – [New York Times] 11.02.16


The Stakes Are Rising in Google’s Antitrust Fight With Europe – [New York Times] 10.31.16


Here’s Elizabeth Warren’s Big Gripe With the AT&T-Time Warner Deal – [Fortune] 10.31.16


Barroso Cleared of Breaking Rules by Taking Goldman Sachs Job – [Financial Times] 10.31.16


The Deutsche Bank Downfall: How a Pillar of German Banking Lost Its Way – [Spiegel Online] 10.31.16


War Over Contact Lenses Tricks Consumers, Treats Optometrists – [The American Spectator] 10.31.16


AT&T’s Takeover of Time Warner Should Be Blocked – [Economist] 10.29.16


Beyond AT&T-Time Warner: Who Controls Digital Media? Conglomerates And Their Brands In One Chart – [NPR] 10.28.16


Promoting Competition and Opportunity – [U.S. Department of Labor Blog] 10.28.16


This Obscure Government Agency Has a Plan to Put Wall Street CEOs in Prison – [Washington Post] 10.26.16


Sinking a Bold Foray Into Watchdog Journalism in Japan – [Columbia Journalism Review] 10.25.16


Pizza-Joint Investors and High-Speed Traders – [BloombergView] 10.25.16


Farmers, Antitrust Activists Are Worried That Big Ag Is Only Getting Bigger – [NPR] 10.25.16


Jeff Bewkes Urges Rivals Not to Challenge AT&T-Time Warner – [Financial Times] 10.25.16


With AT&T-Time Warner Deal Brewing, a Focus on Preserving CNN’s Integrity – [New York Times] 10.24.16


How Mega-Donors Helped Raise $1 Billion for Hillary Clinton – [Washington Post] 10.24.16


Silicon Valley Companies Lobby to Remain Unregulated – [New York Times]10.24.16


This Is Why Your Drug Prescriptions Cost So Damn Much – [Mother Jones]10.24.16


Want to Change Banking Culture? Back Whistleblowers – [Financial Times]10.23.16


Billionaires vs. Big Soda: Inside the High-Stakes Soda Tax Fight – [Vox]10.21.16


Dark Money Ads Plunged When Reporting Requirement Kicked In – [] 10.20.16


New Tools to Promote Competition – [Democracy Journal] 10.19.16


A New Real-Estate War in Silicon Valley – [Wall Street Journal] 10.18.16


City Watchdog to Crackdown On Anti-Competitive Investment Banking Practices – [The Telegraph] 10.18.16


The Most Important WikiLeaks Revelation Isn’t About Hillary Clinton– [New Republic] 10.18.16


One Happy Byproduct of 2016: An Overdue Tax Policy Debate – [Roosevelt Forward] 10.17.16


The Tax Code for the Ultra-Rich vs. the One for Everyone Else – [Bloomberg] 10.15.16


Yesterday’s Antitrust Laws Can’t Solve Today’s Problems – [Bloomberg] 10.11.16


The Airline Industry is Dominated by Just Four Companies. And You’re Paying For It – [ProPublica] 10.11.16


Hillary Clinton Privately Pitched Corporations on “Really Low” Tax Rate for Money Stashed Abroad – [The Intercept] 10.10.16


Sponsorship of National Health Organizations by Two Major Soda Companies – [American Journal of Preventive Medicine] 10.10.16


University of Kentucky Faculty Must Reject Koch Free-Enterprise Center – [Lexington Herald-Leader] 10.10.16


Why Did the Obamas Fail to Take On Corporate Agriculture? – [New York Times] 10.07.16


Mr. Trump’s Energy and Environment Team Should Come as No Surprise – [Washington Post] 10.07.16


Deutsche Bank as Next Lehman Brothers: Far-Fetched but Not Unthinkable – [ The New York Times] 10.07.16


How Hillary Can Make a Huge Economic Impact in Her First Term – [New Republic] 10.07.16


Trump Transition Team and GOP Lobbyists Are Inching Toward Mutual Acceptance – [Washington Post] 10.06.16


Hillary Clinton Just Took a Step Toward Elizabeth Warren’s View on Monopolies – [Vox] 10.05.16


Donald Trump VP Mike Pence Pledged To Limit Gaming, Then Helped Casinos After Campaign Donations – [International Business Times] 10.04.16


Drinks, Dinners, Junkets and Jobs: How the Insurance Industry Courts State Commissioners – [The Center for Public Integrity] 10.04.16


Donald Trump VP Mike Pence Pledged To Limit Gaming, Then Helped Casinos After Campaign Donations – [International Business Times] 10.04.16


EU Wants Google to Stop Anti-Competitive Android Practices, Fine Expected – [Reuters] 10.03.16


Democracy Does Not Cause Growth – [] 10.03.16


US Accused of Waging ‘Economic War’ Over Deutsche – [Financial Times] 10.02.16


Och-Ziff to Pay $413m to Settle Africa Bribery Probe – [Financial Times] 09.30.16


Yellen Pressed to Scrutinize Big Banks in Wake of Wells Fargo Scandal – [Wall Street Journal] 09.29.16


How the FDA Manipulates the Media – [Scientific American] 09.23.16


No Bank Will Escape Fallout From Wells Fargo Scandal – [Financial Times] 09.23.16


New Tools to Promote Competition – [Democracy Journal] 09.22.16


Saudi Arms Deal Backed By US Senators Who Got Cash From Weapons Contractor That Will Benefit– [International Business Times] 09.21.16


Tech Money Lurks Behind Government Privacy Conference – [The Intercept] 09.20.16


Google-Funded Speakers Dominate Policy Conferences – [Google Transparency Project] 09.20.16


Trump Shatters GOP Records With Small Donors – – [Politico] 09.20.16


Ernst & Young Fined $9m for Improper Auditor Relationships – [Financial Times] 09.19.16


FTC Privacy Conference More Evidence of ‘Regulatory Capture’ by Google – [National Legal & Policy Center]09.19.16



Luigi Zingales: Economic Disruption Through New Firms, Ideas – [Bloomberg] 09.19.16


Washington Post Makes History: First Paper to Call for Prosecution of Its Own Source (After Accepting Pulitzer)– [The Intercept] 09.18.16


Corrupt Or Collaborative? An Assessment of Regulatory Capture – [CFA Institute] 09.18.16


The Shady History of Big Sugar – [New York Times] 09.17.16


Regulators Lean on Financial Firms to Explain Industry to Them, Study Shows – [Wall Street Journal] 09.16.16


Deutsche Bank Asked to Pay $14bn in US Probe – [Financial Times] 09.15.16


Connecticut Gov. Malloy’s Appointee Recuses Herself From Anthem-Cigna Merger Review – [International Business Times] 09.15.16


Big Business Is Killing Innovation in the U.S. – [The Atlantic] 09.15.16


Superstar Companies are Good at Everything, Including Pushing the Boundaries – [The Economist] 09.15.16


The Securities and Exchange Board of India’s Flawed Attempt To Regulate High Frequency Trading – [The Wire] 09.15.16


Leaked Documents Reveal Secretive Influence of Corporate Cash on Politics – [The Guardian] 09.15.16


Banks and Colleges Are Wasting Our Money – [Bloomberg] 09.13.16


The EpiPen Drama Shows What’s Wrong With How Drugs Are Priced – [Bloomberg] 09.12.16


How the Sugar Industry Shifted Blame to Fat – [New York Times] 09.12.16


Where Has Hillary Clinton Been? Ask the Ultrarich – [New York Times] 09.12.16


Monsanto Whistle-Blower: $22 Million Richer, but Not Satisfied – [New York Times] 09.11.16


National Energy Board is a Captured Regulator in Urgent Need of Overhaul– [DeSmog Canada] 09.09.16


Wells Fargo Just Made The Case For Elizabeth Warren’s Bank Agency – [Huffington Post] 09.09.16


Unsealed Papers in VW Scandal Reveal Panic Among Engineers – [Financial Times] 09.09.16


Reverse Voxsplaining: Drugs vs. Chairs – [Slate Star Codex] 09.09.16


Regulatory Capture and the Hunting Fraternity – [Live Encounters] 09.09.16


New Insurance Rules in New York Have Boxing on the Ropes – [ESPN] 09.09.16


Rape, Murder, Famine — and $2.1 Million for K Street PR – [Center for Public Integrity] 09.08.16


5,300 Wells Fargo Employees Fired Over 2 Million Phony Accounts – [CNNMoney] 09.08.16


Donald Trump Faces Scrutiny Over Florida Donation – [Financial Times] 09.08.16


EpiPen Scandal Is a Perfect Example of Crony Capitalism – [Time] 09.08.16


Senate Dems Call for Antitrust Investigation of EpiPen Maker – [The Hill] 09.06.16


EU Watchdog Fears Brexit Lobbying by Former Top Official – [AP] 09.06.16


A Cure for Swelling Drug Prices: Competition – [Wall Street Journal] 09.01.16


Look Who’s Getting That Bank Settlement Cash – [Wall Street Journal] 09.01.16


Here’s Why Drug Prices Rise Even When There’s Plenty of Competition – [Los Angeles Times] 09.01.16


Outside Groups Spent Nearly $100 Million to Sway Senate Races – [Washington Post] 09.01.16


Barroso’s Goldman Job Runs Into Petition Protest – [Financial Times] 08.29.16


Why They Did It: Madoff and Enron’s Fastow Explain the Biggest Frauds in U.S. History – [Bloomberg] 08.29.16


Clinton Economist Trusts Government Too Much – [Bloomberg] 08.29.16


Gupta Family to Exit All Shareholdings in South Africa – [Financial Times] 08.27.16


The EpiPen Pricing-Surge Scandal Brings Out the Worst Parts of Our Government and Healthcare System – [Business Insider] 08.27.16


Proposals Aimed at Diluting Power of Big Online Operators – [Financial Times] 08.26.16


The Senator’s Daughter Who Raised Prices on the EpiPen – [Bloomberg] 08.25.16


Inside the Exclusive Events Helping to fund Clinton and the Democratic Party – [Washington Post] 08.25.16


Apple Could be on the Hook for $19 Billion in Taxes — and the Obama Administration is Livid – [Business Insider] 08.24.16


Many Donors to Clinton Foundation Met with her at State – [Associated Press] 08.24.16


US Complains Apple Tax Probe is a Power Grab by Brussels – [Financial Times] 08.24.16


Drug and Device Makers Pay Thousands of Docs with Disciplinary Records – [ProPublica] 08.23.16


On Private Federal Prisons, a Victory for Independent Journalism – [The Washington Post] 08.23.16


Pensions: Low Yields, High Stress – [Financial Times] 08.23.16


To Crack Down on Securities Fraud, States Reward Whistle-Blowers – [New York Times] 08.23.16


Uber Economy Poses Tough Questions for US On Safety and Welfare – [Financial Times] 08.23.16


Apollo to Pay $52.7m for Misleading Investors – [Financial Times] 08.23.16


Analysis Shows Big Pharma Still Makes Billions from Drugs After Patents Lapse – [Financial Times] 08.23.16


Monopoly Power and the Decline of Small Business: The Case for Restoring America’s Once Robust Antitrust Policies – [Institute for Local Self-Reliance] 08.22.16


Shareholder Advisers Take Aim at ‘Male, Stale and Frail’ US Boards – [Financial Times] 08.22.16


Once Skeptical of Executive Power, Obama Has Come to Embrace It – [New York Times] 08.17.16


To Starve the Beast of Finance, Fintech Needs Regulatory Support – [New York Times] 08.17.16


Their Hair Fell Out. Should the F.D.A. Have the Power to Act? – [New York Times] 08.16.16


At Fast-Growing Brookings, Donors May Have an Impact on Research Agenda – [The Washington Post] 08.14.16


PwC Sued for $5.5bn Over Mortgage Underwriter TBW’s Collapse – [Financial Times] 08.14.16


How Silicon Valley’s Palantir Wired Washington – [Politico] 08.14.16


Don’t Buff it Up: An Investing Hero is Not a Model for How to Reform America’s Economy – [The Economist] 08.12.16


Why the Big Three Airlines Are So Much the Same – [Wall Street Journal]08.11.16


Think Tank Scholar or Corporate Consultant? It Depends on the Day – [New York Times] 08.09.16


Luigi Zingales on the Italian Banking Crisis – [Bloomberg] 08.08.16


Researchers or Corporate Allies? Think Tanks Blur the Line – [New York Times] 08.07.16


Why ‘Useless’ Surgery Is Still Popular– [New York Times] 08.04.16


States’ Job Creation Shell Game – [Washington Monthly] 08.04.16


Why Has Regional Income Convergence in the U.S. Declined? – [Cato Institute] 08.03.16


Meet the Billionaires Manipulating the U.S. Presidential Election – [The Daily Beast] 08.02.16


Will Bringing Back a 1930s Banking Law Really Make Us Safer? – [Time] 08.02.16


Uber’s Reported Merger with Didi Could Mean the End of Incredibly Cheap Fares – [Fusion] 08.01.16


Koch Network Seeks to Defuse Donor Frustration Over Trump Rebuff – [Washington Post] 08.01.16


Regulatory Capture and Marijuana Legalization – [High Times] 07.31.16


Silicon Valley Could Get Pass in Democrats’ Antitrust Crusade – [Bloomberg] 07.29.16


Democrats Weigh Antitrust Effort Against Silicon Valley – [Vice] 07.29.16


King Takes On Citigroup Role Despite Past criticism of Bankers – [Financial Times] 07.29.16


Ireland Jails Three Top Bankers Over 2008 Banking Meltdown – [Reuters] 07.29.16


Stiglitz Calls Apple’s Profit Reporting in Ireland ‘a Fraud’ – [Bloomberg]07.29.16


‘Pay to Delay’ Settlements in Patent Litigation – [NBER] 07.28.16


Reining in Wall Street to Benefit All Americans – [The Century Foundation] 07.28.16


The Lobbying Reform That Enriched Congress – [Politico] 07.28.16


Are CEOs Paid For Performance? – [MSCI] 07.25.16


CfA Report Reveals Google-Funded Speakers Dominate Key Policy Conferences – [Campaign for Accountability] 07.23.16


Airbnb Hires Eric Holder – [Business Insider] 07.20.16


The Republican’s Glass-Steagall Is Not Elizabeth Warren’s Glass Steagall – [The Center for Economic and Policy Research] 07.20.16


Court Sets Litigation Schedule for Fiduciary Rule — Expect Appeals – [OnWallStreet] 07.19.16


The World is Taking its Revenge Against Elites. When Will America’s Wake Up? – [The Guardian] 07.19.16


Wall Street On Edge as Republicans Warm to Glass-Steagall – [Financial Times] 07.19.16


Two Delegates Propose Banning Corporate Lobbyists From the RNC, Get Crushed – [The Intercept] 07.18.16


When Bank Capital Standards Aren’t Actually That Standard – [Bloomberg] 07.18.16


New Report: Gilead Sciences Price Gouger, Tax Dodger – [Americans for Tax Fairness] 07.17.16


Makers of Humira and Enbrel Using New Drug Patents to Delay Generic Versions – [New York Times] 07.16.16


One Striking Chart Shows Why Pharma Companies Are Fighting Legal Marijuana – [Washington Post] 07.15.16


Academia Has a Huge Money Problem – [Vox ] 07.14.16


Is the Supreme Court Clueless About Corruption? Ask Jack Abramoff – [New York Times ] 07.13.16


Competition Policy and Inclusive Growth – [ ] 07.12.16


With Competition in Tatters, the Rip of Inequality Widens – [New York Times] 07.12.16


Jury Orders DuPont to Pay $500K in Punitive Damages – [Delawareonline ]07.11.16


Top U.S. Officials Rejected Push to Prosecute HSBC: Lawmakers’ Report – [Reuters] 07.11.16


Is Congress Finally Ready to Rein In Powerful Food Monopolies? – [Mother Jones] 07.11.16


Backers of Campaign-Finance Measure I-1464 Submit Signatures – [The Seattle Times ] 07.11.16


Memo To Elizabeth Warren On Regulation – [Forbes] 07.11.16


Theresa May Vows Corporate Crackdown on ‘Privileged Few’ – [Financial Times] 07.11.16


The Lobbying Reform That Enriched Congress – [Politico] 07.10.16


British Politics Gives a Sense of Government by Old School Chums – [New York Times] 07.07.16


Uber Faces Permit Pressure in France– [Financial Times] 07.06.16


Congress Buys the Navy a $400 Million Pork Ship – [Politico] 07.06.16


Why Bigness Became a Bipartisan Cause on Capitol Hill – [Time] 07.05.16


Regulatory Capture in the Philippines– [The Manila Times] 07.04.16


OCC probed for regulatory capture – [FX Week] 07.01.16


Reclaiming the Idea of Shareholder Value – [Harvard Business Review]07.01.16


GAO Regulatory Capture Probe Adds NCUA – [Credit Union Times] 06.29.16


Government Accountability Office Expands Regulatory Capture Probe Beyond Fed – [Wall Street Journal]06.28.16


Regulations and Greater User Control Needed for Use of Online Personal Data – [World Economic Forum] 06.27.16


Wall Street cash or Elizabeth Warren: Hillary’s choice – [CNBC] 06.22.16


9 out of 10 experts agree: Britain doesn’t trust the experts on Brexit – [Washington Post] 06.22.16


Google’s former top sales guy says that everyone is afraid of Google and Facebook – [Business Insider] 06.22.16


Populism With a Brain – [Washington Monthly] 06.22.16


Saving Crony Capitalists From Raghuram Rajan – [The Wire] 06.21.16


Why American Sports Are Socialist – [The Atlantic] 06.21.16


The shadowy war on the press: How the rich silence journalists – [Columbia Journalism Review] 06.19.16


Your cable operator is spying on you and selling the data from your set-top box – [Boing Boing] 06.18.16


Libya case against Goldman shines rare spotlight on powerful bank – [Financial Times] 06.18.16


Trump, Clinton money awash in conflicts of interest – [Politico] 06.17.16


Anthem And Cigna Boost Spending On Lobbying As Lawmakers Review Merger – [International Business Times] 06.17.16


French shareholders win say on executive pay – [Financial Times] 06.11.16


Advisory fees gap widens in favour of Wall Street – [Financial Times] 06.10.16


Who Makes Sure Hospital Mergers Do No Harm? Almost Nobody – [ProPublica] 06.10.16


Google hired at least 65 European government officials in 10 years – [Business Insider] 06.06.16


Sweden’s richest 1% of households control 24% of the population’s wealth; Japan’s only 4.3% – [The Economist] 06.05.16


Sweden’s richest 1% of households control 24% of the population’s wealth; Japan’s only 4.3% – [The Economist] 06.05.16


Google: new concerns raised about political influence by senior ‘revolving door’ jobs – [The Guardian] 06.05.16


A Guaranteed Income for Every American – [Wall Street Journal] 06.04.16


More visible scandals may mean that a country is becoming less corrupt – [The Economist] 06.02.16


How Health Insurance Companies Pump Money Into Politics – [International Business Times] 06.01.16


CEOs with Lots of Stock Options Are More Likely to Break Laws – [Harvard Business Review] 06.01.16


Lobbyists Are Behind the Rise in Corporate Profits – [Harvard Business Review] 06.01.16


ExxonMobil May Face Many Millions In Fines After Court Reverses Baytown Refinery Decision – [Houston Public Media] 06.01.16


Attack on Rajan stokes talk of change at India’s central bank – [Financial Times] 05.30.16


Behind the Scenes, Billionaires’ Growing Control of News – [New York Times] 05.29.16


A niche business straddling journalism and oil is proving surprisingly lucrative – [The Economist] 05.28.16


The Story Behind the E.P.A’s Contaminated Water Revelation – [New York Times] 05.27.16


SEC probes Alibaba’s accounting practices – [Financial Times] 05.26.16


Regulatory Capture and the Revolving Door – [Outside the Beltway] 05.21.16


Getting to Know the World’s Super-Rich – [ The Atlantic] 05.21.16


Regulator, Captured: The Stephanie Timmermeyer Story – [ LittleSis]05.20.16


Death by Market Power: Reform, Competition, and Patient Outcomes in the National Health Service – [American Economic Journal] 05.20.16


Guardian set to break up six-strong team of investigative reporters as journalists told to find other roles – [Press Gazette] 05.20.16


Hedge Fund Cash Flows To GOP Lawmakers Seeking To Loosen Government Grip on Fannie and Freddie – [Wall Street Journal] 05.14.16


Monopoly’s New Era – [Project Syndicate] 05.13.16


Facebook news selection is in hands of editors not algorithms, documents show – [The Guardian] 05.12.16


Banking’s New Normal – [The New Yorker] 05.12.16


When Google is more powerful than the government – [Fusion] 05.12.16


Facebook Dislikes Conservatives, and That’s OK – [BloombergView] 05.11.16


Former Facebook Workers: We Routinely Suppressed Conservative News – [Gizmodo] 05.09.16


Biggest backers of executive pay revealed – [Financial Times] 05.09.16


The end of American meritocracy – [Financial Times] 05.09.16


The real cost of big tech’s accounting games – [Financial Times] 05.09.16


Remember that study saying America is an oligarchy? 3 rebuttals say it’s wrong – [Vox] 05.09.16


Yes, the Economy Is Rigged, Contrary to What Some Economists Try to Tell You – [Beat the Press] 05.07.16


The Economy Is Rigged, and Other Presidential Campaign Myths – [New York Times] 05.07.16


How to disentangle business from government – [The Economist] 05.07.16


Confessions of an ex-regulator: Farzad Mostashari on how government should work – [Politico]05.06.16


Bribery Tangles With Politics at the Supreme Court – [Bloomberg] 05.06.16


The Book That Will Save Banking From Itself – [Bloomberg] 05.06.16


Uber’s appointment of Neelie Kroes flags up EU’s revolving door – [Financial Times] 05.05.16


Cartoonist Fired From Farm News for Pro-Farmer Cartoon – [New York Times]05.05.16


Facebook, Apple and Amazon to lobby next president over tech worker visas – [The Guardian] 05.05.16


How U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara struck fear into Wall Street and Albany – [The New Yorker] 05.05.16


Proposed rules could make it easier for consumers to sue banks – [Washington Post] 05.05.16


There’s Too Much Red Tape (But Only a Little) – [Bloomberg] 05.05.16


Across the world, politically connected tycoons are feeling the squeeze – [The Economist] 05.05.16


Eric Holder, Wall Street Double Agent, Comes in From the Cold – [Rolling Stone]04.28.16


Sanders calls Clinton’s fundraising ‘obscene,’ but it’s more nuanced — influence isn’t corruption – [Los Angeles Times] 04.27.16


The Quiet War on Corporate Accountability – [New York Times]04.26.16


Google’s Remarkably Close Relationship With the Obama White House, in Two Charts – [The Intercept]04.22.16


Wall Street Bonus Pay Restricted Under Regulators’ Proposal – [Bloomberg] 04.21.16


Why Haven’t Bankers Been Punished? Just Read These Insider SEC Emails – [ProPublica] 04.21.16


Mitsubishi affair: what you need to know – [Financial Times] 04.20.16


Eric Holder, Wall Street Double Agent, Comes in From the Cold – [Rolling Stone]04.28.16


Sanders calls Clinton’s fundraising ‘obscene,’ but it’s more nuanced — influence isn’t corruption – [Los Angeles Times] 04.27.16


The Quiet War on Corporate Accountability – [New York Times]04.26.16


Google’s Remarkably Close Relationship With the Obama White House, in Two Charts – [The Intercept]04.22.16


Wall Street Bonus Pay Restricted Under Regulators’ Proposal – [Bloomberg] 04.21.16


Why Haven’t Bankers Been Punished? Just Read These Insider SEC Emails – [ProPublica] 04.21.16


Mitsubishi affair: what you need to know – [Financial Times] 04.20.16


The European Commission goes after Google again – [The Economist] 04.20.16


Here’s How to Fix All That Federal Regulation – [Bloomberg View] 04.18.16


Robber Baron Recessions – [New York Times] 04.18.16


Evarist Bartolo launches another attack on MFSA head Joe Bannister  – [The Malta Independent] 04.18.16


How to Break the Wall Street to Washington Merry-Go-Round – [Foreign Policy] 04.18.16


BlackRock Wields Its Big Stick Like a Wet Noodle on C.E.O. Pay  [New York Times]  04.17.16



How Wall Street Finds New Ways to Sell Old, Opaque Products to Retail Investors – [Bloomberg] 04.15.16


Aetna Hires Tom Daschle, Other Former Government Officials, To Lobby For Controversial Merger With Humana – [International Business Times] 04.12.16


Are Canada’s rail-safety regulators in the pocket of a regulation-averse industry? – [Toronto Star] 04.12.16


Citizens group asks AG to investigate green-energy ‘corruption’ in Vermont government  [] 04.11.16


Sorry Paul, but the Bailout WAS about the Banks – [Credit Slips] 04.10.16


Former HSBC boss tried to avoid tax on £8m Kensington house – [The Guardian] 04.07.16


Valeant Is a Reminder of the Peril of Outsize Executive Pay – [New York Times] 04.05.16


Can the Fed stay independent in a polarized era? – [Brookings] 04.04.16


Trade, at what price? – [Economist] 04.04.16



Kashkari takes on Wall Street from farm-rich Fed region – [Reuters] 04.03.16


Trump and Sanders’ common cause – [Politico] 04.03.16


Big Banks Aided Firm At Center Of International Bribery Scandal – [Huffington Post] 04.02.16


Unaoil Bribery Scandal: The company that bribed the world – [The Age] 03.30.16


Make elites compete: Why the 1% earn so much and what to do about it – [Brookings] 03.29.16


Federal Corruption Prosecutions Plummet Under Barack Obama – [International Business Times] 03.24.16


The Prison-Commercial Complex – [New York Times] 03.21.16


Now There’s Proof: Docs Who Get Company Cash Tend to Prescribe More Brand-Name Meds – [ProPublica] 03.17.16 


Donald Trump Has Received Nearly $2 Billion In Free Media Attention – [Huffington Post] 03.16.16 


What Bernie Sanders would do to America – [The Washington Post] 03.14.16 


How the refineries came to own our air pollution regulators – [Los Angeles Times] 03.12.16 


Raising secret campaign money is getting easier and easier, thanks to toothless oversight  – [New York Times] 03.11.16 


Goldman Sachs hired daughter of ally to Malaysian PM – [Forbes] 03.10.16 


Elizabeth Warren Says Federal Rules Are Being Unduly Influenced By Corporate Interests – [International Business Times] 03.09.16 


Micromanaging Liquidity: Yet Another Invitation to Regulatory Capture – [Forbes] 03.08.16 


Bernie Sanders Criticizes Obama’s FDA Nominee for Big Pharma Ties – [Alternet] 03.06.16 


The FDA now officially belongs to Big Pharma – [Salon] 03.06.16 


Congressional watchdog to probe lax Fed bank oversight – [Reuters] 03.04.16 


Hillary Clinton is going back to normal: Funding event with Wall Street Lobbyist – [International Business Times] 02.29.16


Why is Donald Trump threatening  Amazon and Jeff Bezos? – [Cnet] 02.28.16


Overdraft fees became a pillar of banks business model – [Buzzfeed] 02.26.16


Where did the drop in oil prices disappear? The story of consolidation in the Airline Industry – [The New York Times] 02.06.16


Entrepreneurs need a pro-market, not a pro-business, President – [Inc.] 01.29.16


Bernie Sanders, Rand Paul and the theory of “Regulatory Capture” – [The Huffington Post] 01.26.16


Warren Buffett versus Elon Musk, The regulatory game in Nevada’s energy market – [Bloomberg] 01.28.16


Regulatory Capture, The Brexit and the perspective of business leaders  – [The Telegraph] 01.25.16


The U.S Chambers of commerce; The Most Powerful Political Organization In Washington– ​[The ​Huffington Post] 01.​​2​3​.16


The power of platforms. Will the Internet be dominated by monopolies – [The New York Times] 01.20.16