Facebook vs. monopoly status

By: Miguel A. Rodriguez

11:08, 29 April 2021

Facebook says Supreme Court ruling mandates tossing FTC monopoly suit.
  • #Facebook Inc. claims a U.S. Supreme Court decision last week on the FTC's authority to recover money for consumers means the agency’s monopoly lawsuit against the company must be dismissed.
  • The robo-advisor will likely allow customers to invest as much as 20% of their portfolios in crypto, according to Wealthfront Chief Strategy Officer Dan Carroll.
  • Australia, India and Japan have formally launched the Supply Chain Resilience Initiative (SCRI) after the plan was first discussed informally in July at the height of the #coronavirus pandemic.

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