29 Nov '12, 9pm

Google CEO Larry Page Meets with FTC

Google has been meeting with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) ahead of its investigation into the firm coming to an conclusion. Earlier this week we reported that the case may be dropped because the FTC couldn't find consumer harm . Google CEO Larry Page met with FTC officials, while Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt was seen with head of the firm's Washington, DC office and former Republican Congresswoman Susan Molinari, Bloomberg reported. Google maintains that it hasn't broken any antitrust laws and is trying to make sure that any agreement with the FTC won't involve a consent decree. The firm has been in talks with the FTC for about a week, with Bloomberg's source saying the commission is trying to decide whether there is a market in which Google has a monopoly. The FTC wants Google to resolve its concerns over the firm's dominance in the Internet search ma...

Full article: http://searchenginewatch.com/article/2228546/Google-CEO-L...

Tweets

Curtain Rises On Act 3 Of Google Antitrust Dram...

searchengineland.com 28 Nov '12, 4pm

Google CEO Larry Page met with representatives of the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) yesterday, according to a Bloomber...

Save the Earth - Page 3

forums.condosingapore.com 02 Dec '12, 3pm

Quote: Originally Posted by irisng Especially there's a sales on. People tend to buy things that they don't require and in...

FAQs For Merging Local Business/Place Page In G...

seroundtable.com 29 Nov '12, 1pm

The Google Local Business forum is filled with questions, bugs, confusion and concerns. So Jade Wang of Google posted an F...

US, European Antitrust Regulators To Confer On ...

searchengineland.com 30 Nov '12, 6pm

According to the Wall Street Journal (WSJ ), the top two US and European antitrust regulators will meet in Europe next wee...

FTC to Drop Vertical Search Antitrust Case Against Google? No Consumer Harm Found

FTC to Drop Vertical Search Antitrust Case Agai...

searchenginewatch.com 27 Nov '12, 6am

Federal Trade Commission (FTC) officials are reportedly thinking of dropping their antitrust case against Google, Bloomber...

Imagine There`s No Google

seochat.com 29 Nov '12, 9pm

Imagine there's no Google, and no search engines, too. The Beatles never imagined such a world, but it can be quite instru...

Learn With Google

seroundtable.com 29 Nov '12, 1pm

Some AdSense publishers are saying they have received an invitation from Google named "Learn with Google." There is a thre...

Report: FTC Likely To Abandon “Vertical Search”...

searchengineland.com 21 Nov '12, 3pm

There are now enough indications to suggest that any antitrust settlement between the FTC and Google — and the FTC would m...

Has Google Done a “Matrix” Bullet Dodge On the FTC?: If the reports are true, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC)...

Has Google Done a “Matrix” Bullet Dodge On the ...

searchenginejournal.com 23 Nov '12, 3pm

On the other side of the aisle where Google alleged unfairness is concerned, even the most stringent detractors seem to ag...

@DisabledPeople Head over to our deals page

123-reg.co.uk 10 Dec '12, 11am

Get your business online with 6 months FREE on our top products If you want to register a cheap .biz domain or build a sit...

Getting Stuck In The Google+ Local Verification Process

Getting Stuck In The Google+ Local Verification...

seroundtable.com 29 Nov '12, 1pm

There are some business owners stuck in limbo within the Google+ Local verification process. This is not a new bug, but th...

Hit With UDRP & Its Not A Parked Page

thedomains.com 26 Nov '12, 10pm

GED.net Hit With UDRP & Its Not A Parked Page 2012 November 26 by Michael Berkens Follow @TheDomains A UDRP has just been ...

Google Spent $14.3 Million on U.S. Lobbying in ...

searchenginewatch.com 29 Nov '12, 11pm

Google spent more on U.S. lobbying efforts than any other technology firm in America, according to statistics from the Cen...

Google Antitrust Fate On the Table This Week

searchenginejournal.com 03 Dec '12, 10am

At the crux of this matter, of late, is the relative weakness of the FTC’s position on a possible Google antitrust case, i...