Frank talks with John Wiley, a professor at the UCLA School of Law and an expert on antitrust matters, about a recent round of big business mergers. This past week, the Federal Trade Commission gave final approval for the merger of AOL and Time Warner; and the parent company of American Airlines announced it would buy TWA and part of USAir.



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