antimerger

antimerger

(ˌæntɪˈmɜːdʒə)
adj
opposed to corporate mergers
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Comparing the performance of Time Warner shares and the S&P 500 Index around the time of the DOJ's antimerger announcement suggests the company took a huge hit, with perhaps $22 billion in equity up in smoke.
Geographic Market Delineation in Antimerger Suits, 18 ANTITRUST Bull.
com/roomfordebate/2016/11/14/should-the-government-bring-back-trust-busting) argued the "new antimerger fervor" is based upon the presumption that mergers lead to higher prices and worse services, which he called "demonstrably false.
10) The Clayton Antitrust Act was first applied to bank mergers with enactment of the Celler-Kefauver Antimerger Act of 1950.
Hogarty, The Problem of Geographic Market Delineation in Antimerger Suits, 18 Antitrust Bull.
Notwithstanding the special efficiency claims that can be made on behalf of ACOs, the potency of health care monopolies strongly warrants especially stringent anticoncentration, antimerger policy in the health care sector.
Rogowsky, An Economic Study of Antimerger Remedies (May 1982)
The Court has endorsed the ability of states to bring suits under the Clayton Act's antimerger provision and obtain relief beyond what the federal agencies have achieved by settlement in the same matter.
Major Federal Legislation as applied to the Marketing Four Ps Federal Law Product Place Price Promotion Sherman AntiTrust Act (1890) X X X Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (1908) X Clayton Act (1914) X X X Federal Trade Commission Act (1914) X X X Robinson-Patman Act (1936) X X X Miller-Tydings Act (1937) X Wheeler-Lea Amendment (1938) X X Lanham Trademark Act (1946) X X Antimerger Act (1950) X X Magnuson-Moss Act (1975) X X Fair Credit Reporting Act (1975) X Product Safety Act (1976) X X Truth in Lending Act (1976) X X FTC Improvement Act (1976) X X X = General and traditional areas of legal application Table 2.
There's the one about how their marriage violates federal antimerger laws.
Voter turnout was highest (55 to 60 per cent) in antimerger suburbs.
antimerger laws was "associated with relatively large industry wide monopoly rents" (p.