The risk of director disqualification, to those who break competition law, has never been higher. In this blog we explain what director disqualification is, and how you can protect yourself and your business.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work as an economist at a competition authority? Martina, Economics Adviser, provides her insight.
Is it clear if you've been paid or incentivised to post online? In this blog we unpack how the law affects influencer marketing.
We want to make sure that people are treated fairly and have access to a range of choices when organising a funeral. Read more in Darren's blog about the issues we're looking at and how you can respond to our investigation.
The CMA investigation of the Experian ClearScore merger shows how the UK’s merger controls can be used effectively in digital investigations. Read more in Tim’s blog.
An airport slot is the right for an airline to take-off or land at a particular airport, at a particular time. Find out from our Advocacy Team why we’re recommending changes to how airport slots are allocated.
Hear from CMA apprentice Ayesha Natha on what it's like to do an apprenticeship in government.
If a company’s staff exchange competitively-sensitive, confidential information – even at just one meeting – that risks a breach of competition law. Learn more about what you can do if approached to join a cartel or to get involved in anti-competitive arrangements.
I find it tricky to book a hotel room, a B&B, or a holiday apartment. There’s so much to decide. What’s the best location? Do I need a swimming pool? Does it have parking? Is the place clean, comfortable and …
As someone interested in business or finance, there is an almost dazzling range of options open to you. What you may not have thought about is working in the public sector – which might not seem at first to be the place in which business and finance are likely to thrive.