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15 April 2016 By Robert Cyran

A record merger wave has decreased competition in the U.S. economy, encouraging the president to channel predecessor Teddy Roosevelt. Unpopular cable firms and expensive set-top boxes make a good first target. But technological change makes it tough to be a trustbuster today.

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