Google Proposes Fixes To EU Antitrust Worries

Law360, New York (July 2, 2012, 3:51 PM EDT) -- Google Inc. offered the European Commission a plan Monday to address the antitrust watchdog's concerns that the technology giant may have abused its dominance in online search and display advertising.

Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt sent the European Union regulator a letter in response to antitrust issues that Competition Commissioner Joaquin Almunia sent the company in late May, commission spokesman Antoine Colombani confirmed Monday. Almunia had offered Google a chance to settle the case and said in early June that he expected the Internet search provider...
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