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European Union regulators have accused Amazon of violating antitrust regulations and distorting the market.
"I think Mr. Biden is less strident than Mr. Trump is. But Mr. Biden won't lay off a lot.," says Erik Gordon of the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business.
The EU’s executive commission accuses Amazon of using data to gain an unfair advantage over merchants using its platform.
It could be an opening salvo ahead of other major government antitrust actions, given ongoing investigations of Apple, Amazon and Facebook.
Politico reports that Google may be forced to sell its web browser as part of an antitrust investigation.
The House report calls for the biggest changes in decades in how the government regulates and prevents monopolies.
Epic Games is arguing the tech giants shouldn’t be able to force app makers to fork over a cut of revenues from in-app purchases.
Members of Congress believe that these companies are abusing their power. But have they done anything illegal?
Do giant tech companies require more oversight?
The panel in the House Antitrust Committee comes amid bipartisan scrutiny of Amazon, Facebook, Google and Apple.