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Martha Coakley rebuilt her name, raising questions among critics

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John Kwoka, an economics professor at Northeastern University and research fellow at the American Antitrust Institute, is skeptical. He says these kinds of agreements — chopping up a company and demanding that it compete against itself — usually fail.

Firms find ways around the rules, he says. And the promised savings rarely materialize: “We know what the evidence says, and the evidence says, ‘It ain’t going to happen.’”

link to article The Boston Globe OCTOBER 26, 2014

Published On: October 27, 2014 |
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