WASHINGTON—The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) on Aug. 20 filed a lawsuit to block travel industry services provider Sabre’s proposed $360 million acquisition of rival Farelogix, arguing Sabre is clearly trying to take out a competitor that could bring innovation and benefits to customers. “Sabre’s proposed acquisition of Farelogix is a dominant firm’s attempt to take out a disruptive competitor that has been an important source of competition and ...

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