On November 22, the Department of Justice filed suit to stop the merger of U.S. Sugar and Imperial Sugar. If consummated, the merger will leave most refined sugar sales in the Southeastern United States in the hands of only two entities: the merged company and its rival, American Sugar (which sells the Domino brand). In announcing its suit, DOJ emphasized that it “seeks to preserve the important competition between U.S. Sugar and Imperial Sugar and protect the resiliency of American domestic sugar supply.”
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what a joke. hey, DOJ, start with blackrock and vanguard then get back to us, eh?

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DOJ is utterly worthless….. competition in sugar versus big tech.

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And Fakebook and Twatter? Fk you DOJ.

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