Google is seeking to end a three-year old investigation by the European Commission
The regulatory pressure comes as Brazilian authorities take a closer look at major U.S. Internet companies such as Google and Facebook
It is increasingly obvious that something is amiss here.
The Department of Justice is suing to block a merger between Anheuser-Busch InBev and Grupo Modelo.
The two senators first introduced the new bill in July 2012. It died
Permanent government regulation of Internet search was a plausible outcome
Recent leaks from inside the FTC suggest the agency is on a mission to penalize Google
Having no anchor in antitrust law, an antitrust case targeting Google’s search practices would actually have a chilling effect on ongoing innovation and cross-platform competition.
The company is currently under fire from governments and its competitors over privacy, antitrust and freedom of speech.
Counting two earlier fines, the case has wound up costing Microsoft a grand total of €1.64 billion.
State demands tech giant hand over additional documents relating to discussion with attorneys
Simply, this effort appears to be about net neutrality proponents non-transparently gaming the Verizon-Cable Spectrum transaction review process
Alumina called on Google to propose the solutions to the concerns quickly or face formal antitrust investigation and charges.
Open letter: ‘America’s business landscape is scarred with numerous antitrust enforcement actions’
The law is clear in this area: privacy is not an antitrust issue.
The US Federal Trade Commission has subpoenaed Apple in its antitrust probe on Google
SCOTT CLELAND: EU Filling FTC Void of Google Law Enforcement - TheDC Opinion
The evidence is mounting that the European Union is stepping in to fill the void of FTC law enforcement concerning Google.