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Google improves Antitrust offer to E.U., deal in sight

WASHINGTON — Google has offered another set of concessions to the European Union regulators about its technology for operating the Google search engine. Reuters reported that the most recent concession, the third such one during the three-year investigation, could help Google avoid a fine of about $5 billion. Google is also facing a potential investigation […]

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Brazil investigating Google antitrust claims

WASHINGTON — Brazil, following the lead of the European Union, started an investigation into the potentially antitrust practices of search engine Google. Reuters reported that Microsoft and Brazilian rivals accused Google for violations of Brazil’s antitrust laws. The EU found Google guilty of several violations of antitrust laws such as not presenting their competitors’ results […]

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Google offering More Concessions in European Antitrust Case

WASHINGTON — Google has offered more concessions to the European Union to end a 3-year investigation of antitrust violations. Reuters reported that the company tried to avoid the potential $5 billion fine, said the European Commission (which is the highest governing body of the E.U.). The Commission investigated claims that Google was using its search […]

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February 2014

2/6/2014 - Google improves Antitrust offer to E.U., deal in sight

October 2013

10/13/2013 - Brazil investigating Google antitrust claims

10/3/2013 - Google’s latest Offer could end EU’s anti-trust case

September 2013

9/9/2013 - Google offering More Concessions in European Antitrust Case