DOJ Won’t Block $600 Million CIA Contract to Amazon.com – Why?

Posted by | November 21, 2017 | | No Comments

Originally published in Infowars on November 21, 2017.

“‘Most antitrust challenges involve mergers between companies that serve the same customers (‘horizontal’ mergers), like Walgreens’ attempt to acquire Rite Aid, because horizontal mergers eliminate a competitive choice from the marketplace,’ Fred Campbell pointed out at Tech Knowledge. The AT&T-Time Warner deal is a ‘vertical’ merger of companies who don’t serve the same set of customers — Time Warner creates programming to sell to distributors and AT&T distributes programming to consumers.”