engine - 4:21 pm on May 28, 2013 (gmt 0)
This one seems like it's going to run and run.
EU regulators are likely to press Google Inc for more concessions to end a three-year investigation into complaints it squeezed out Web rivals, the EU antitrust chief said.
EU Competition Commissioner Joaquin Almunia, acknowledging critics who say the response from the world's most popular search engine is inadequate, said Google would almost certainly be asked to improve its proposals.Report: E.U. Likely To Seek More Concessions In Antitrust Probe [reuters.com]
"After, we will analyse the responses we have received... almost 100 percent we will ask Google: you should improve your proposals," Almunia told lawmakers during a Tuesday hearing at the European Parliament.