On Oct. 19, months of speculation over the Federal Trade Commission’s future leadership appeared to end when the White House announced its “intent to nominate” Joseph Simons, a prominent Washington antitrust lawyer, to lead the agency as chairman.
Two months later, Simons still hasn’t been formally nominated.
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