Monday, April 4, 2011

Concerned About API Healthcare's Acquisition? What You Can Do

I know I'm not the only one that hopes Kronos' acquisition of API Healthcare falls through. I also know that most people don't feel comfortable talking about it for fear of their jobs. THERE IS SOMETHING YOU CAN DO. Contact the Federal Trade Commission.

The FTC, in conjunction with the Department of Justice, is the government agency that approves mergers and acquisitions and makes sure that antitrust laws aren't broken. If you think this is a bad idea, contact the FTC.

Here are your options:
By email:
This method isn't considered confidential, so if that's a concern...

By mail:
Federal trade Commission
Bureau of Competition-H374,
Washington, D.C. 20580
If you mark the mail "Confidential" it will be treated as such.

By phone:

As I understand it, the FTC has issued a second request for information. They don't always do this so hopefully it means they see a potential problem. It also means time is fleeting so ACT NOW.

For more information, visit or view this PDF from their website that gives a nice overview.

No comments:

Post a Comment