How often do you see ‘limited stock’ or ‘last few available’ when you shop online? These claims can pressure us into purchases that we may not want or need. Read Vedran and Ollie's blog for more info.
Last month, the CMA held the DRCF Metaverse Symposium in partnership with Digital Catapult. Read Jane’s blog for insights from the event on the metaverse and immersive tech.
Most people's lives will include one episode of caring for another. That's why we’re proud to announce that we’ve joined the Employers for Carers membership forum! At the CMA we're committed to creating an environment where employees can be open around their caring responsibilities and are supported. Find out more in James' blog.
This blog takes a look at the Digital Markets Unit and it's proposed regime to ensure fair competition across the digital landscape.
We've launched our economist secondment programme, where you'll have the opportunity to immerse yourself in casework while getting an insight into life at the CMA. Read Julie's blog for more info.
Opening a Business Current Account (BCA) can be stressful if you don’t know where to start or what you’re signing up to. We've made requirements for banks to make it easier for you to open the right BCA for your business. Read more about how this benefits you as a small business owner.
We’re delighted to launch the Digital Regulation Cooperation Forum’s new #digital regulation research portal! This public portal brings over 80 pieces of regulatory research from 8 regulatory bodies. Read Gill's blog to find out more.
The Office for the Internal Market (OIM) been working with economists across the whole of the UK to understand how our internal market works, and why it’s likely to exceed £190 billion a year. Read more about it in Rachel’s blog.
The CMA accepted Google's commitments to address competition concerns over its Privacy Sandbox proposals, but it's important we get this right. If you have views on our approach to both monitor and assess the effectiveness of the proposals, we want to hear from you.
The CMA has newly created positions available within the DMU from April 2022. We’re looking for candidates with a broad range of work backgrounds and experience, to enrich the capability and culture of the DMU team as well as the wider organisation. Read this blog to find out more.
We are launching a new round of secondment opportunities for competition lawyers, to start on 7 March 2022. Since its launch in June 2018, more than 40 secondees from over 20 law firms have taken part in the programme and we …