Apple and other signs of autumn: The Tipline for 10 October 2018

The Supreme Court refused to take one antitrust case yesterday, but set the date to hear oral arguments in another. It is shaping up to be a busy autumn, with the Federal Trade Commission’s hearings next week bumping up against the American Bar Association’s master course in antitrust – and at least one competition event every week through to Thanksgiving. In the meantime, we’re waiting in downtown Manhattan for a jury to be selected in the trial of UK traders accused of rigging Forex rates. As the court scrutinises each candidate for bias, we could be here for a while.

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