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McKesson

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Petitions the Federal Trade Commission to set aside a 1973 consent order against Foremost-McKesson covering trade shows. The original order settled charges that the wholesaler accepted certain promotional allowances from suppliers. Under the order, McKesson is prohibited from receiving in connection with trade shows promotional services, facilities, or "anything of value" from suppliers that is not available to other wholesalers. Also, McKesson cannot offer inducements to customers to attend its annual trade show based on the size of the customer's business with McKesson. In 1983, McKesson settled a consent decree for $300,000 after FTC charged the company with violating the order.
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