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27. The Sherman Act was enacted to deal wit h ..... a. Anticompetitive mergers b. Price ftxing c. Discriminatory pricing d. Tying arrangements
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28. A defense to a civil action brought under Section lO(b) and Rule lOb-5 of the 1934 Act would be: Difficulty: Challenging
NATIONAL STANDARDS: United States - BUSPROG: Analytic STATE STANDARDS: United States- NC- AICPA: BE-Critical Thinking TOPICS: KEYWORDS: A-Head: Securities Laws Bloom's: Knowledge 29. Explain horizontal price-ftxing and vertical minimum and maximum price-ftxing. Discuss their status under antitrust laws.
POINTS: DIFFICULTY: 1 Difficulty: Easy NATIONAL STANDARDS: United States - BUSPROG: Analytic STATE STANDARDS: United States- NC- AICPA: BE-Critical Thinking TOPICS: KEYWORDS: A-Head: Antitrust Bloom's: Knowledge
30. Smalltown has two family-owned hardware stores that have been in business for years. Major Hardware decides that Smalltown would be a good place to build one of its superstores. Major opens, advertising unbelievably low prices; in fact, at below cost. Because Major owns stores nationally, it is able to keep prices extremely low until both of the family-owned stores have to go out of business because they cannot compete. After Major is the only hardware store in town, it raises its prices enough to make up for its former losses and to make some additional profit. Discuss this behavior in relation to antitrust law.
POINTS: DIFFICULTY: NATIONAL STANDARDS : STATE STANDARDS: TOPICS: KEYWORDS: 1 Difficulty: Easy United States - BUSPROG: Analytic United States- NC- AICPA: BE-Critical Thinking A-Head: Antitrust Bloom's: Knowledge POINTS:

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