🖥️ get rich or dye tryin'
⚖️ Everyone ELSE is investigating Dye & Durham
My date for tonight cancelled and his excuse was he has to attend the Minions: Rise of Gru roller skating pop-up experience
Canada’s ‘hall pass’ for Dye & Durham’s acquisitions and price hikes reinforces competition law’s shortcomings. It seems like *everyone else* is investigating the firm. So what gives? Is politics preventing Canada from investigating Dye & Durham (AKA a ‘national champions’ approach)? Is the Bureau overwhelmed? Or is our law just a little weird?
I explore this in today’s Financial Post. Curious about your take, too.
.@VassB takes to @financialpost to ask why Canada's $DND is being investigated by competition authorities in Oz and the UK, but not @CompBureau: Vass Bednar: Why is Dye and Durham facing scrutiny in Australia and Britain, but not at home?
financialpost.comVass Bednar: Why is Dye and Durham facing scrutiny in Australia and Britain, but not at home?Opinion: Dye & Durham Corp.’s acquisition history is being investigated by competition watchdogs in the U.K. and Australia
*And I am also quoted in this story on wage-fixing.
How the COVID 'hero pay' scandal prompted Ottawa to make wage-fixing illegal
financialpost.comHow the COVID ‘hero pay’ scandal prompted Ottawa to make wage-fixing illegalWage-fixing and no-poach agreements will be criminalized in Canada starting June 2023. Find out more.