Judge Weighs Pricing in Whole Foods' FTC Case

A federal court judge will try to peer into the future to see what the world would be like for consumers without Wild Oats. In last week's packed, two-day antitrust hearing concerning the chain's proposed acquisition by Austin, Texas-based Whole Foods Markets, Judge Paul L. Friedman heard testimony from economists representing each side of the case in which the Federal Trade Commission

WASHINGTON — A federal court judge here will try to peer into the future to see what the world would be like for consumers without Wild Oats.

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