Antitrust Trade and Practice

Algorithms and 'Twombly': An Inevitable Collision Course

, New York Law Journal

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Antitrust Trade and Practice columnists Shepard Goldfein and James Keyte write that pricing algorithms present a number of unique opportunities to businesses to improve their processes and efficiency. Sellers can automatically adjust their conduct with the demands of the market, increasing efficiency and saving resources and money. However, critics worry that because algorithms have become so advanced, they may enable new forms of anticompetitive coordination that were not possible before.

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