Attraction of predatorily
naive postlarval lobster to extracts of metabolites of common prey: Mytilus edulis, Mya arenaria, Cancer irroratus, and Asterias vulgaris.
36 The idea is to price predatorily
in one market and finance this venture with profits earned in other, less competitive markets.
advertising and insertion in Defendant's newspaper, and predatorily
pricing Defendant's printing and insertion services.
Ad/Sat cannot possibly compete if Associated Press predatorily
charges prices below Ad/Sat's transmission costs, which are largely determined and controlled by Associated Press," the suit continues.
199) Dominant firms can predatorily
drive smaller competitors from markets should they manage to gain a foothold, as has occurred in waste disposal.
42) The Tenth Circuit found predatory pricing possible on the theory that, while the cost of offering the MBE materials separately was approximately $15, they were priced predatorily
when included "free" with the full service course.
1998) (dismissing monopolization claim against manufacturer of slaughterhouse equipment, which allegedly offered original equipment at predatorily
low prices, but made up losses by charging high prices for replacement spare parts).
Major carriers like United, American, and Delta are ten to eighteen times larger than JetBlue and AirTran in terms of annual revenues and number of aircraft operated; merging bankrupt major carriers together, as some now advocate, (195) might only strengthen the merged giants' power to predatorily
drive these smaller carriers from routes and markets (as they have done for two decades), (196) while the billions of financial liabilities dumped by bankrupt major carriers on the nation's pension insurance agency will not soon disappear.
For example, during a predatory pricing campaign, consumers are benefited by the predatorily
low price; the harm comes in the resulting effects on competition.