One day after the Federal Trade Commission sued Amazon, the company told sellers that the suit “does not change anything about our relationship.”
The Federal Trade Commission alleges that the company is a “monopolist” that uses “illegal, exclusionary” and “anticompetitive” conduct to maintain its power.
The FTC has scrutinized numerous Amazon purchases and launched antitrust probes into the company's operations since Khan took charge of the agency.
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Microsoft tells regulators it’s acquisition of Activision-Blizzard is not a problem because it will regulate itself.
Google’s allegation that Jonathan Kanter can’t be impartial is at odds with its silence on staff with Google connections in the administration.
The merger would give Nvidia access to intellectual property that would harm competition, the commission alleges.
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In an email to sellers, Amazon said it was concerned the bills could "have significant negative effects on small and medium-sized businesses."
In a 12 page letter to the FTC, the unions warn that the merger would allow Amazon to crush competitors and hurt consumers.