Economists, struggling to define our era, aren't sure what comes next.
So much of social life and public discourse occurs in the virtual realm, raising profound concerns about the law, ethics and truth.
Columnist Katie Wilson tells us how the law created in the Gilded Age will help shape the next chapter of the Digital Age.
Join columnist Katie Wilson on a journey through the past, present and possible future of the fight to break up America's monopolies.
Pondering the Seattle-based leviathan’s endgame invites big questions about the future of capitalism.
For the Seattle behemoth’s third-party sellers, the rules are always shifting and the house always wins.
During the Reagan era, a permissive antitrust philosophy took root, setting the stage for the rise of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google.
Today we fight over Big Tech. Over a century ago, the burning political question was what to do about trusts in agriculture, cigarettes, oil, electricity and steel.
Antitrust law lies at the fault line where the ideology of the capitalist marketplace begins to self-destruct.
21st century anti-trust activity targets the companies that mine our data and control so much of our digital infrastructure.