Free and efficient financial markets are essential to a diverse and growing economy. They allow businesses to succeed and individuals to build financial security. To support that system, we need smart regulation that ensures access to capital and credit, enables companies to go public, incentivizes innovation, and provides choice and access for investors while protecting consumers.
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A new study finds that under the previous approach to merger enforcement there was a strong link between mergers and innovation. A radical new approach to merger enforcement poses a severe threat to the economy.
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The U.S. Chamber promotes policies that ensure U.S. capital markets remain the fairest, most efficient, and innovative in the world. We advocate for legislation and regulation that strengthens our capital markets, allowing businesses—from the local flower shop to a multinational manufacturer—to mitigate risks, manage liquidity, access credit, and raise capital.
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Chief Policy Officer Neil Bradley issued the following statement in response to the fourth meeting of the President’s Competition Council.
Bill Hulse, vice president of the U.S. Chamber's Center for Capital Markets Competitiveness issued the following statement today regarding the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s proposed rule amending credit card issuers’ late fee regulations.
U.S. Chamber statement in response to the release of a new National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) report on the mobile application store ecosystem.
The Federal Trade Commission’s most-recent actions to ban non-compete agreements oversteps its statutory authority under the FTC Act. If they are allowed to write this rule, here’s what might come next.
100 business groups request a comment extension on the FTC's notice of proposed rulemaking potentially banning noncompete clauses in employment contracts.
The FTC claims its proposed ban on non-competes would yield a $300 billion surplus to employees’ wages. But did the agency check its math? The Chamber’s Chief Economist Curtis Dubay takes a hard look at the numbers
This Hill letter was sent to Representative Bryan Steil, on his legislation, the "Putting Investors First Act."
It's hard to reconcile Chair Lina Khan's words with the FTC's actions. Congress and the courts will have to provide a course correction.