Jonathan R. Chally


  • Monday, October 1, 2007
    Designer blue jeans. PING custom-fit golf clubs. Brietling watches. Producers of these and other high-end consumer goods have at one time or another tried to insist that retailers adhere to minimum resale prices in order to preserve their images in the marketplace.1 For 96 years, those manufacturers have faced a Hobson's Choice in the United States: impose...