engine - 5:50 pm on Jul 2, 2012 (gmt 0)
Google Offers Concessions To EU Regulators To End Antitrust Investigation [bloomberg.com]
Google Inc. (GOOG) offered concessions to European Union regulators in an effort to end an antitrust investigation into allegations that the operator of the world’s largest search engine discriminates against rivals.
Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt sent EU antitrust chief Joaquin Almunia a letter responding to the probe, the EU said in a statement. The settlement offer addresses the “four areas the European Commission described” as potential concerns, Google spokesman Al Verney said in a separate e-mail. Details of the proposals weren’t disclosed.
EU tells Google to fix search or face antitrust probe [webmasterworld.com]