According to a recent UN panel, the build-up of garbage in the world’s oceans could cause more than $13 billion in damage to marine life and habitats. A look at the causes and possible remedies for the flow of trash into the world's oceans.
The U.S. government recently announced a plan to split software giant Microsoft Corporation into two separate companies. A panel talks about the implications of this proposal for the computer industry, the stock market, consumers, and the law.
- William Kovacic antitrust law professor at George Washington University
- Steven C. Salop professor of law and economics at Georgetown University
- Robert Hahn director of the AEI-Brookings Joint Center for Regulatory Studies
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