Wednesday, January 07, 2004

Capitalism and the Law: Top Ten Outrageous Antitrust Cases of 2003

Skip chronicles them at Initium. My favorite on Skip's list: The Three Tenors' case. The market definition: Three Tenors' albums. The crime: reducing discounts on the Three Tenors albums. The injured consumer class: people who think it is a God-given constitutional right to pay less than $20 for old recordings of Three Tenors albums. Oh, the Humanity!

Then again, case #1 is the real outrage.

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