The New America Foundation, a think-tank which received large infusions of funds from Google, sacked the head of its Open Markets group after he cheered the European Union for hitting the search firm with a fine of US$2.7 billion in June.
Search behemoth Google has bowed to the demands of the European Union that it make changes to ensure that its search engine dominance does not give illegal advantage to its own comparison shopping service.
Second-quarter profits have been affected at Google and its parent company Alphabet, with the hefty European Union fine levied on the search giant and traffic acquisition costs being two factors responsible.
Great news, Vodafone/TPG is truly giving Telstra and Optus some real competition!
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Quite an interesting range of views.