Google loses appeal of $2.8 billion fine in E.U. anti-trust case

Google loses appeal of $2.8 billion fine in E.U. anti-trust case

Why the decision against Google is important

Google has lost its appeal against a $2.8 billion fine, which was imposed on it by the EU after the European Commission concluded that it was operating in an anti competitive environment.

This decision against Google is important but no many people fully appreciate its significance. Read more Google loses appeal of $2.8 billion fine in E.U. anti-trust case

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