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Google's 'Illegal' Search Gets Prime-Time TV Treatment
A “60 Minutes” segment devoted to assertions that Alphabet’s Google wields a destructive monopoly in online search hammered home the notion of the company’s dominance during a time of heightened public concern with technology giants, while not surfacing new allegations. Emily Chang spoke to Gary Reback, Carr & Ferrell anti-trust lawyer, and Brian White, analyst at Monness Crespi Hardt. White has a buy rating on Alphabet. (Source: Bloomberg)
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Boston Mayor Walsh on Amazon, Infrastructure and Self-Driving Cars
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