Carl-Christian Buhr

European Commission (Brussels)
Deputy Head of Cabinet

Carl-Christian Buhr (b. 1976, Hamburg, Germany) holds a doctorate and degrees in economics and computer science. 2005-2007 he worked for the European Court of Auditors in Luxemburg. 2007-2010 he worked at the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Competition, dealing with antitrust and merger cases and investigations in the IT sector. Since 2010 Mr Buhr is a member of the cabinet of European Commission Vice-President and Commissioner for the Digital Agenda Neelie Kroes.

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DG COMP (Brussels)
European Commission - DG MOVE
Danish Competition and Consumer Authority (Copenhagen)
DG REGIO (Brussels)
DG COMP (Brussels)
DG COMP (Brussels)
DG COMP (Brussels)
TD Canada Trust

Articles

4380 Bulletin

Adrian Lübbert, Carl-Christian Buhr, Robert Thomas, Sabine Crome, Vera Pozzato, Yvonne Simon The EU Commission unconditionally clears a merger between two U.S. software undertakings (Oracle / Sun Microsystems)

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Oracle/Sun Microsystems: The challenge of reviewing a merger involving open source software* I. Introduction On 21 January 2010 the Commission unconditionally cleared the planned takeover of Sun Microsystems (‘Sun‘), a software and hardware vendor, by Oracle Corporation (‘Oracle‘), one of the (...)

Carl-Christian Buhr, Friedrich Wenzel Bulst, Jeanne Foucault, Thomas Kramler The EU Commission renders legally binding commitment offered by U.S. software undertaking concerning web browsers (Microsoft)

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"The Commission’s decision in the Microsoft Internet Explorer case and recent developments in the area of interoperability"* I. Commitment decision on the tying of Internet Explorer to Windows A. Introduction On 16 December 2009, the Commission adopted a commitment decision (‘the Decision’) (...)

Bertrand Jéhanno, Carl-Christian Buhr, Julia Brockhoff, Penelope Papandropoulos, Peter Eberl, Vera Pozzato The EU Commission clears a merger in the online advertising market applying for the first time the non horizontal merger guidelines (Google / DoubleClick)

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"Google/DoubleClick: The first test for the Commission’s nonhorizontal merger guidelines"* I. Introduction The Google/DoubleClickmerger generated considerable interest as it concerned the ubiquitous search engine that most Europeans use in their daily lives. From a competition policy (...)

Carl-Christian Buhr, Devi Wyns, Thomas Kramler The EU Court of First Instance partially upholds the Commission’s decision concerning an abuse of a dominant position in the PC operating system (Microsoft)

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"The judgment of the Court of First Instance in the Microsoft case"* I. The 2004 Decision On 24 March 2004, the Commission adopted a decision pursuant to Article 82 EC concluding that Microsoft had abused its dominant position in the PC operating system market by (i) refusing to provide (...)

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