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Getting Exclusion Cases Right: Intel and Beyond

BY | December 13, 2011

Timothy Brennan, Dec 13, 2011 The continuing fire over how to assess the competitive effects of single-firm conduct received yet more gasoline in the wake of the U.S. Federal Trade…

Timothy Brennan, Dec 13, 2011

The continuing fire over how to assess the competitive effects of single-firm conduct received yet more gasoline in the wake of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) settlement of its antitrust case against Intel. The key issue in the case was whether Intel’s offering of “loyalty” discounts and other benefits to computer makers that purchased all or most of their microprocessor chips from Intel created an incentive to limit purchases of

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