Big Tech

The Conflicted: Reps Own Stock in Companies While Serving on Committees Overseeing Them

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Despite public anger over congressional stock trading, senators and reps have held on to personal investments in companies that fall under their committees' jurisdiction.

From Sludge
On September 2, 2022
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Tech Industry Groups Push to Stall Antitrust Bills After Record 2020 Donations

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On Feb. 3, the Senate Judiciary Committee passed its second tech antitrust bill in as many months, part of the upper chamber’s efforts to address anti-competitive practices among big technology companies. The bipartisan Open Markets App Act (S. 2710) would focus on companies that run app stores with more than 50 million users in the […]

From Sludge
On February 22, 2022
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Senators Own up to $25 Million in Big Tech Stocks

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Senators invested in tech stocks like Amazon, Apple, and Google may soon be voting on antitrust bills that would impact their portfolios.

From Sludge
On October 26, 2021
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Big Tech-Funded Groups Lobby Against Antitrust Bills

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Last week, a House committee approved a sweeping package of antitrust bills, one overcoming opposition from Democrats hailing from tech industry-heavy California.

From Sludge
On June 29, 2021
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