Marketplace: Big Tech battles antitrust cases at home and abroad
A European Union court had bad news for Google last week, upholding an earlier ruling against the web search giant. It accused the company of engaging in anti-competitive behavior.
That ruling also upheld much of the record fine the EU imposed on the company, equivalent to more than $4 billion.
And in California, Amazon was hit with yet another lawsuit last week focused on its power to set prices.
Marketplace’s Kimberly Adams recently spoke with Matt Stoller, director of research at the American Economic Liberties Project, about how the Google case in Europe might affect things here in the U.S.