WILMINGTON GRIPPED BY FEAR
Jun 16, 2008
Ever since DHL announced on May 28 that it might shut down local operations, fear has been spreading that Wilmington, Ohio, could be reduced to a ghost town. "Antitrust is all about consumers. If the deal won't affect customers, regulators won't challenge it," he said. LUKE FROEB, a management professor at Vanderbilt University in Nashville and former chief economist with the Department of Justice, said antitrust regulators narrowly focus on market issues."Job losses are irrelevant to their analyses," he said.