What’s the best way to deal with a complex legal case that threatens to drag on for years while leaving unchecked a dominant player in an economically important market?
For EU antitrust chief Joaquin Almunia, the answer in the case of Google Inc. was clear. Not the long and winding road of formal charges and a potential fine for the world’s most popular search engine, but the quicker route of a settlement.
Google formally submitted its concessions to the European Commission last …
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