: Federal judge denies Google’s bid to delay antitrust trial


A bid by Alphabet Inc.’s GOOGL, +1.07% GOOG, +0.84% Google to delay a major antitrust trial in November with Epic Games Inc., Match Group Inc. MTCH, -1.42% and U.S. state attorneys general has been denied by the California federal judge in the case. “Someone is going to go to trial in November,” U.S. District Judge James Donato told lawyers in his San Francisco courtroom on Thursday. “That’s just happening, OK? You all are going to figure out what’s going to be tried in November.” Epic, which has also sued Apple Inc. AAPL, -0.58% on similar grounds, took Google to court over how the company runs its Play Store. Match Group joined the litigation. Epic confirmed the hearing; Google did not respond to an email message seeking comment.

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