A US FTC Commissioner provides thoughts on abandoned merger on the integrated circuits market (IDT/PLX)

FTC Commissioner Brill Provides Thoughts on Abandoned IDT/PLX Combination* The Federal Trade Commission’s investigation of the now-abandoned merger between Integrated Device Technologies and PLX Technology was the topic of remarks delivered by FTC Commissioner Julie Brill at Skadden’s and Compass/Lexecon’s annual “Antitrust in the Technology Sector” program in Palo Alto, California, on January 28. “The issues raised by IDT/PLX spanned the Merger Guidelines,” Brill said. In December 2012, the FTC issued an administrative complaint seeking to prevent Integrated Device Technology’s proposed $330 million acquisition of PLX Technology, Inc. The FTC’s complaint

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Jeffrey May, A US FTC Commissioner provides thoughts on abandoned merger on the integrated circuits market (IDT/PLX), 28 January 2013, e-Competitions Bulletin US Mergers in IT, Art. N° 50996

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