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Justice Department boosts tech giant antitrust investigation team

[2019-10-24 12:04:39]

The Justice Department has made a big-name hire for its tech giant antitrust investigation team. Although the government has consistently declined to name the companies under investigation, it is widely believed that they include Apple, Google and Facebook. The latest senior hire from the private sector is a specialist in antitrust cases … The post Justice Department boosts tech giant antitrust investigation team appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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