CEI Today: 1982 Tylenol anniversary, new Warren T. Brookes journalism fellow, driverless car event, and more

Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014
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Cyanide, Tylenol and How Free Markets Make You Safer


Today is the anniversary of one of the most significant food and drug related events in recent memory. Often discussed in college business classes these days, the 1982 Tylenol poisonings is usually heralded as the prime example of how companies should handle a consumer relations disaster. However, it is also a shining example of how the market itself—acting to protect its customers and thus its profits—can improve public safety. > Read more

> Interview Michelle Minton



Journalist Carrie Sheffield Selected as CEI’s Warren T. Brookes Journalism Fellow


The Competitive Enterprise Institute is pleased to announce that Carrie Sheffield, a New York-based columnist and broadcaster, has been selected as CEI’s 2014-2015 Warren T. Brookes Journalism Fellow. > Read more



Paul Bedard, Washington Examiner: Federal regs cost $1.88 trillion, more with Obama's 'pen and phone' rules


Burdensome federal regulations cost American taxpayers and businesses a shocking $1.88 trillion annually — far more than the administration estimates — and that doesn’t include the impact of President Obama’s “pen and phone” rulemaking, according to a “Costberg” analysis from the libertarian Competitive Enterprise Institute. > Read more

> Interview Wayne Crews

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