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Kathleen Murphy is a senior reporter for FTCWatch and previously served as an editor in the MLex Washington, DC, office.
Murphy worked as a reporter and editor for CQ Roll Call, Stateline.org and Internet World. Early in her career, she served as the Marco Island bureau chief and columnist for the Naples (Fla.) Daily News.
Murphy was Marymount University’s inaugural journalist in residence for the 2019 to 2020 academic year. She earned degrees from Yale Divinity School and the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.
Selected Insights by Kathleen
FTC approves only the most experienced, well-financed divestiture buyers to ensure that competition lost from a merger will be replaced or even enhanced.
Can a law enforcement agency relying on secrecy to do its work be democratized? Federal Trade Commission Chair
Republican commissioners have complained about being cut out of the information flow at the FTC.
State AGs are decisive allies to the FTC and are on the vanguard of protecting American consumers.
If personnel drives policy, look for the FTC to wallop Big Tech with Lina Khan sworn in as the youngest-ever chairwoman.