Tennessee AG settles price gouging claim against Knoxville gasoline retailer

Michael Giberson Fall 2008 was a time of rapidly falling wholesale and retail gasoline prices throughout the United States, interrupted briefly due to the market disruptions of Hurricanes Gustav and Ike in early September. In Tennessee, retail price increases surrounding Hurricane Ike resulted in more the 4,000 complaints to the state government. Resulting investigations by … More Tennessee AG settles price gouging claim against Knoxville gasoline retailer

FCC and internet regulation: “lobbyists on both sides are already shopping for new vacation houses in Aspen”

Michael Giberson From Regulation 2.0: Frustrated by a federal appeals court ruling that the FCC had no authority to second-guess Comcast’s treatment of customers and under pressure from the Obama Administration to impose a net neutrality regime (whatever that truly means) on the broadband industry, FCC Chair Julius Genachowski is now asserting the commission’s right … More FCC and internet regulation: “lobbyists on both sides are already shopping for new vacation houses in Aspen”