Tag Archives: Ownership

Nursing Homes: Change of Ownership Can Be a Red Flag; Signify Problems

A 2016 Harvard University study found that nursing homes across America have been changing ownership at an alarming rate. On average, 1,500 nursing facilities were sold to a different corporation per year between 1993 and 2010. While change of ownership … Continue reading

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Foreign ownership and market power: the special case of European banks

Panayotis D. Alexakis (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens) and Ioannis G. Samantas (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens) examine Foreign ownership and market power: the special case of European banks. ABSTRACT: The paper examines the nexus of foreign ownership… … Continue reading

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Lowering the Barriers to Entry to the Common Ownership Debate: A (Relatively) Non-Technical Explanation of MHHI Delta

One of the hottest topics in antitrust these days is institutional investors’ common ownership of the stock of competing firms. Large investment companies like BlackRock, Vanguard, State Street, and Fidelity offer index and actively managed mutual funds that are invested … Continue reading

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California Physician Charged in Self-Referral Case With Felony Insurance Fraud and Perjury for Allegedly Referring Workers Comp Patients to a Laboratory and Surgery Center In Which He Allegedly Had Ownership Interest

Referring patients to other business entities that a physician has an ownership interest in can be a violation of the law depending on the type of patient (Medicare, workers' compensation) and it is important to ensure that the rules are … Continue reading

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Supply chain innovations and partial ownership

Hunold, Matthias and Shekhar, Shiva explore Supply chain innovations and partial ownership. ABSTRACT: We show that competing downstream firms may rather invest in their inefficient inhouse production than help improve the technology of the efficient supplier, even if this is… … Continue reading

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