1. Margrethe Vestager Continues To Find Faults With Google  Market Realist
  2. European antitrust chief says Google’s auction-based shopping remedy not working  Search Engine Land
  3. Apple Pay Has Prompted Many Concerns, Says EU Competition Chief Vestager  NDTV
  4. Google's Antitrust Proposal Not Helping Shopping Rivals: EU's Vestager  NDTV
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EU antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager faults Google’s remedy to problems that resulted in nearly $3.0 billion fine in 2017.EU antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager faults Google’s remedy to problems that resulted in nearly $3.0 billion fine in 2017.

Margrethe Vestager Continues To Find Faults With Google

Margrethe Vestager may require Google to make additional changes in the SERP.

European antitrust chief says Google's auction-based shopping remedy not working - Search Engine Land

Margrethe Vestager may require Google to make additional changes in the SERP.

European antitrust chief says Google's auction-based shopping remedy not working - Search Engine Land

Apple Pay has attracted regulatory scrutiny as a result of several expressions of concern about the U.S. tech giant's mobile payment service, Europe's antitrust chief said on Thursday.Vestager's comments come after an EU questionnaire asked online merchants whether they had been told to use Apple Pay.

Apple Pay Has Prompted Many Concerns, Says EU Competition Chief Vestager | Technology News

“EU competition chief @vestager in a #WebSummit press conference after noting how past tech antitrust penalties didn't lead to major market shifts: "We may have to be much more into market repair or market restoration."”

Rob Pegoraro on Twitter: "EU competition chief @vestager in a #WebSummit press conference after noting how past tech antitrust penalties didn't lead to major market shifts: "We may have to be much more into market repair or market restoration.""