Articles by David Balto
Having antitrust referees bog down Google in antitrust disputes benefits no one.
It's a new world for health care, so old antitrust solutions no longer work.
The tech giant makes a half-hearted effort at transparency.
Closing the FTC’s Google investigation is the right outcome for consumers, competition, and innovation.
The arguments against a comprehensive review of telecommunications policies and regulations should be ignored as a matter of public interest and consumer welfare.
Google competitors need to understand that whether pursuing antitrust claims with the Department of Justice or the FTC, the company isn't guilty.
Food processing markets must be made competitive so independent farmers have a chance to succeed.
A vote for Barack Obama is a vote for consumers, protecting innovation, and promoting transparency.
Market consolidation leads to lower quality products, less innovation and increasing prices, so active enforcement must be a top priority in the next presidential administration.
The Obama administration's tough antitrust regulations promote competition and lower prices.