One for the record books: The Tipline for 19 September 2018

Visa and Mastercard have agreed to pay the largest antitrust class-action settlement in US history, although the litigation remains far from over. Meanwhile, the head of the Department of Justice’s antitrust division detailed his rationale for considering unlikely any antitrust action against companies that violate their commitments to license on fair, reasonable and nondiscriminatory terms. And the states of New York and Illinois have settled with WeWork over the office-space provider’s alleged use of non-compete agreements.

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