As the European Union continues scrutiny of tech giants, Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon are increasingly vulnerable to antitrust enforcement in the U.S. and worldwide. Our investigative reporters do a deep dive into the ways dominant digital platforms use their market power to inhibit competition and analyze whether antitrust enforcers will view such conduct as merely robust competition or a violation of monopolization laws. Our antitrust team, which includes former antitrust enforcers, provides uniquely predictive analysis into potential enforcement that could fundamentally alter tech platforms’ business models and profitability.
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