U.S. antitrust regulators sued to block Lockheed Martin Corp.’s $4.4 billion purchase of Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings Inc., signaling that the Biden administration will get tough on deals that could reduce defense industry competition.
In oral arguments Tuesday before the Ohio Supreme Court, justices hearing an appeal from NASCAR Holdings Inc. questioned whether the car-racing giant owes Ohio a privilege of business tax for licensing fees tied to products and broadcasts.
Significant EEOC policy changes that would align with Biden administration priorities are in a holding pattern while Republicans maintain a majority on the agency’s leadership panel. But day-to-day decisions over which lawsuits to pursue have largely avoided partisan gridlock because of GOP Commissioner Andrea Lucas.
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