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It's a myth that regulators rely on covenants allocating antitrust risk for merger investigations; such agreements hardly play a role in the government analysis of a competition threat, regulators say.
NetScout is buying Tektronix, Fluke Networks and Arbor Networks from Danaher, and the Justice Department has issued a second request for information regarding the transaction.
Antitrust hurdles? What antitrust hurdles? Activists often don’t see any real regulatory problems.
Sysco and US Foods are ensnared by the unpredictable nature of the FTC’s market definitions.
Takeover candidate United Therapeutics fights Sandoz over patents for treating a rare disorder.
A lengthy battle over the free flow of content and data over the Internet finally comes to a close, as the FCC gives the green light to Net Neutrality.
The focus now shifts to D.C., Maryland utility regulators.
Buyer NetScout contends the target's network monitoring products are complimentary to its own.
Ingredion has protections against an obligation to divest assets.
Closing by year's end is off the table as regulatory reviews continue.