EU court upholds $2.8 billion antitrust ruling against Alphabet’s Google

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By Dan Michaels

A European Union court largely upheld a $2.8 billion antitrust decision against Google, adding new momentum to the bloc’s assault on big tech companies.

The EU’s General Court in Luxembourg on Wednesday gave its endorsement to a 2017 antitrust finding by EU competition regulators that the Alphabet Inc. search engine had broken antitrust laws by directing users toward its own comparison-shopping ads at the expense of rival shopping services.

Write to Dan Michaels at Dan.Michaels@wsj.com


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