But Nary A Trust To Bust

Robert Pitofsky is no Teddy Roosevelt, though he'd like to be. Curly-haired and a bit pudgy, the chairman of the Federal Trade Commission has the absent air and serene smile of a scholar. And he knows he'd look pretty silly carrying a big stick, like Teddy the trust-buster in the populist cartoons of nearly a century ago. Nonetheless, Pitofsky says, he has the Roosevelt religion. "I'm a true believer in antitrust," he says. "I believe the best thing for consumers and for shareholders is to...
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