Small Business and the Quality of American Life: A Compilation of Source Material on the Relationship Between Small Business and the Quality of Life, 1946-78
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Small Business and the Quality of American Life: A Compilation of Source ...
Uten tilgangsbegrensning - 1979
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Side 335 - That combinations, agreements, arrangements or understandings, express or implied, to limit the output of electrical energy, to restrain trade, or to fix. maintain or increase prices for electrical energy or service are hereby, prohibited.
Side 337 - Commission, will be in the interest of better service to the public, or economy in operation, and will not unduly restrain competition...
Side 107 - ... the competition from the new commodity, the new technology, the new source of supply, the new type of organization ... — competition which commands a decisive cost or quality advantage and which strikes not at the margins of the profits and the outputs of the existing firms but at their foundations and their very lives.
Side 400 - The consequence of all these causes has been, a great subdivision of the soil, and a great equality of condition ; the true basis, most certainly, of a popular government.
Side 395 - Founded in 1936 by the Association of National Advertisers and the American Association of Advertising Agencies, the...
Side 685 - Chairman shall have the power to — (1) appoint and fix the compensation of an Executive Director, and such additional staff personnel as he deems necessary, without regard to the provisions of title 5, United States Code, governing appointments in the competitive service...
Side 332 - If any person (other than a contract market) is manipulating or attempting to manipulate or has manipulated or attempted to manipulate the market price of any commodity, in interstate commerce, or for future delivery on or subject to the rules of any contract market, or otherwise is violating or has violated any of the provisions of this...
Side 123 - Commission to lift the ban of the antitrust laws in favor of common carriers is clear . . . administrative authority to replace the competitive system with a cartel should be strictly construed. I would read § 5 of the Transportation Act so as to make for the greatest possible accommodation between the principles of competition and the national transportation policy. The occasions for the exercise of the administrative authority to grant exemptions from the anti-trust laws should be closely confined...
Side 367 - Federal regulation should be extended to all mergers of banking institutions. Combined with the requirement for advance notice, this extension of the law would give the Government an opportunity to prevent mergers that are likely to result in undue restraint of banking competition. Third, * * * the Clayton Act should be amended to make explicit the Federal Government's authority to take action in merger transactions in which either party is engaged in interstate commerce.
Side 69 - that servant which knew his Lord's will, and prepared not himself, neither did according to his will, shall be beaten with many stripes ; but he that knew not, and did commit things worthy of stripes, shall be beaten with few stripes. For unto whomsoever much is given, of him shall much be required ; and to whom men have committed much, of him they will ask the more.