Ever since Amazon made its blockbuster bid for Whole Foods last week, there's been speculation over what the e-commerce powerhouse is going to try and buy next.
Chicago-based Grubhub, the online restaurant delivery service? Nordstrom department stores? Maybe it doubles down and buys another grocery store chain?
Those are intriguing questions, but here's another one: Is Amazon primed to violate federal antitrust laws designed to protect competition and consumers?
It's unlikely antitrust issues will derail Amazon's $13.7 billion attempt to purchase the upscale organic food store owner. Nonetheless, Amazon-related antitrust questions assuredly are going to surface as the...