“that could constitute anti-competitive collusion under federal law”
I wonder if there ever was any economic proof of truly anti-competitive behavior, over a significant period of time, in the history of anti-trust. I know there’s been legal proof, but the law never had anything to do with (applicable) economic theory, only what was covered by the law, which in turn was what looked bad to people who didn’t know better.
posted on 06/05/2009 11:09:01 AM PDT
Alternate Search Engine that's better than Google:
posted on 06/05/2009 11:20:28 AM PDT
(If I lead, follow me; If I pause, push me; If I retreat, kill me.)
Back in the day, You could go to the 'Wagon Wheel' and get hired and fired all within the same hour. Those were the days...
Walker's Wagon Wheel
posted on 06/05/2009 11:43:43 AM PDT
Google: Do no evil*
* Google reserves the right to define the word "evil" and to re-define it at any time in the future, as many times as it chooses. No previous definition of the word shall be construed to be authoritative in any way on Google at any time.
posted on 06/05/2009 11:44:24 AM PDT
(There is no freedom without the possiblity of failure.)
Colorado State law forbids blacklists.
posted on 06/05/2009 1:27:33 PM PDT
(If it weren't for physics and law enforcement I'd be unstoppable!)
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