Ofcom fines BT for “serious breach” of contract

BT is set to pay £42 million after the UK’s telecommunications regulator found the broadband network provider had abused existing contracts with its competitors to avoid payments it owed for delayed connections on lines it leases to them.

DG Comp conditionally clears Dow/DuPont

Belgium fines yeast manufacturer for RPM faces price coordination probe

Interesting times at the CMA

For one of the world’s leading competition enforcers, handing down only two behavioural fines in 2015 wasn’t a great look, especially compared to the now-defunct UK Office of Fair Trading’s appetite for enforcement.

Google break-up might be needed, says Kinsella

The European Commission may consider separating Google’s online search and advertising businesses if any behavioural remedies it imposes fail, Sidley Austin partner Stephen Kinsella said today. Tom Webb in Brussels

CRA promotes in London

Simon Chisholm, the former head of merger economics for the UK Competition and Markets Authority, will become a vice president at Charles River Associates effective 1 April.

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