Sep 15, 2015

Dealmakers meet match in Obama’s deal breakers

The president’s trustbusters are unbeaten challenging big mergers, including ones proposed by Comcast and Sysco. That puts the likes of Staples and Aetna on notice. Previous administrations filed more cases, but few chalked up as much success. Quality over quantity is working.

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