Leah Nylen

Labor Watchdog Denounces Noncompetes, Adding Momentum For Ban

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About one in five Americans is bound by a noncompete agreement.

Why 6% Commissions On U.S. Home Sales Are On Trial

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The broker commission system is under attack from multiple directions.

Intuit Misled Consumers With ‘Free' TurboTax Ads, FTC Judge Says

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The FTC alleged that Intuit deceived consumers with false advertisements.

Biden's Antitrust Push Across Agencies Is Working To Block Deals

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Many federal regulators have the authority to review whether deals are in the “public interest.”

FTC Proposes A Ban On Non-Compete Contracts For Employees

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About one in five Americans is bound by a non-compete agreement.

U.S. Chamber Of Commerce Sues FTC, Escalates Fight Over Biden Antitrust Threat

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The chamber alleged that the FTC refused to turn over public records about its proceedings.