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The Stakes Are Rising in Google’s Antitrust Fight With Europe

The Stakes Are Rising in Google’s Antitrust Fight With Europe

Margrethe Vestager, the European competition chief, has started investigations into Amazon, McDonald’s and Starbucks, but three cases against Google make up the most public — and longstanding —
The Stakes Are Rising in Google’s Antitrust Fight With Europe

The Stakes Are Rising in Google’s Antitrust Fight With Europe

Margrethe Vestager, the European competition chief, has started investigations into Amazon, McDonald’s and Starbucks, but three cases against Google make up the most public — and longstanding —
German E.U. Official Is in Trouble Over Remarks About Chinese

German E.U. Official Is in Trouble Over Remarks About Chinese

Günther Oettinger, a European commissioner from Germany, in 2014.
Bits: Daily Report: Google’s Day in Europe’s Court Highlights Nature of New Tech

Bits: Daily Report: Google’s Day in Europe’s Court Highlights Nature of New Tech

Margrethe Vestager, the European competition chief. Google will start responding this week to European antitrust charges.
E.U. Official, Under Pressure for Having Disparaged the Chinese, Apologizes

E.U. Official, Under Pressure for Having Disparaged the Chinese, Apologizes

Günther Oettinger, the European Union’s digital economy commissioner, in Berlin last year. He expressed remorse on Thursday for his recent comments about the Chinese.
Google Rebuts Antitrust Claims in Europe

Google Rebuts Antitrust Claims in Europe

Google’s European headquarters in Dublin. Google worries that Europe’s antitrust efforts may eventually hurt its lucrative business model.
Google Rebuts Antitrust Claims in Europe

Google Rebuts Antitrust Claims in Europe

Google’s European headquarters in Dublin. Google worries that Europe’s antitrust efforts may eventually hurt its lucrative business model.
Dublin Appeals $14.3 Billion Tax Charge Against Apple

Dublin Appeals $14.3 Billion Tax Charge Against Apple

Michael Noonan, the Irish finance minister, in his Dublin office in 2014.
Dublin Appeals $14.3 Billion Tax Charge Against Apple

Dublin Appeals $14.3 Billion Tax Charge Against Apple

Michael Noonan, the Irish finance minister, in his Dublin office in 2014.
Parallels Between Europe’s Antitrust Cases Against Google and Microsoft

Parallels Between Europe’s Antitrust Cases Against Google and Microsoft

Google devices on display in San Francisco in 2015.
Parallels Between Europe’s Antitrust Cases Against Google and Microsoft

Parallels Between Europe’s Antitrust Cases Against Google and Microsoft

Google devices on display in San Francisco in 2015.
In Europe, Is Uber a Transportation Service or a Digital Platform?

In Europe, Is Uber a Transportation Service or a Digital Platform?

Protesters burned tires in Nice, France, during a national demonstration against Uber in June 2015.
In Europe, Is Uber a Transportation Service or a Digital Platform?

In Europe, Is Uber a Transportation Service or a Digital Platform?

Protesters burned tires in Nice, France, during a national demonstration against Uber in June 2015.
E.U. Threatens to Sue 4 Countries Where VW Sold Polluting Cars

E.U. Threatens to Sue 4 Countries Where VW Sold Polluting Cars

Volkswagen cars inside a delivery tower in Wolfsburg, Germany, in April.
E.U. Threatens to Sue 4 Countries Where VW Sold Polluting Cars

E.U. Threatens to Sue 4 Countries Where VW Sold Polluting Cars

Volkswagen cars inside a delivery tower in Wolfsburg, Germany, in April.
European Officials Accuse Facebook of Misleading Them on WhatsApp Deal

European Officials Accuse Facebook of Misleading Them on WhatsApp Deal

The Facebook stand at the technology conference Web Summit in Lisbon in November. In August, the company said that it would start sharing some people’s data with its WhatsApp unit.
European Officials Accuse Facebook of Misleading Them on WhatsApp Deal

European Officials Accuse Facebook of Misleading Them on WhatsApp Deal

The Facebook stand at the technology conference Web Summit in Lisbon in November. In August, the company said that it would start sharing some people’s data with its WhatsApp unit.
Editorial: Poland’s Tragic Turn

Editorial: Poland’s Tragic Turn

Protesters holding copies of Poland’s constitution shout slogans during an anti-government demonstration, in Warsaw.

Gazprom Answers Antitrust Charges in Proposals to European Commission

Russia’s state-owned energy company, which supplies a third of the European Union’s gas, is accused of overcharging customers in Eastern and Central Europe.
Editorial: Europe Takes a Braver Stance on Gun Control

Editorial: Europe Takes a Braver Stance on Gun Control

Jean-Claude Juncker, the president of the European Commission, fought for tighter gun controls for Europe.