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Edible Arrangements founder and CEO, Tariq Farid

As antitrust probes are heating up against Google, business owners are speaking out against the tech giant’s ad practices that forces them to bi...

One company taking issue with the Google ads practice is Edible Arrangements, which has sued the tech giant for trademark violations and theft.
California's Xavier Becerra is one of two state attorney's general who isn't a part of a multi-state antitrust investigation of Google and Facebook.

California and Alabama are the only two states that aren’t participating in the giant antitrust investigation of Google, and neither is really s...

Every other US state, as well as Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia, is taking part in the inquiry.

50 state attorneys general have launched a formal probe into whether Google has engaged in anticompetitive practices in its ads business

The probe, announced on Monday from the steps of the Supreme Court in Washington, DC, is being led by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton.

Facebook slides after states launch new antitrust probe, intensifying scrutiny on big tech

Facebook paid a $5 billion fine to the Federal Trade Commission in July over its handling of the Cambridge Analytica data breach.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai (left) and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

Dozens of US states are reportedly ganging up on Facebook and Google by launching antitrust investigations

New York Attorney General Letitia James said the attorneys general had concerns over big tech companies' control of personal data.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai

Google is reportedly facing a big antitrust probe from ‘more than half’ of the state attorneys general, and it could be announced as soon ...

The report said it remained unclear whether the attorneys general planned to open antitrust probes into other tech giants, like Facebook, Amazon, and Apple.

Apple’s cofounder agrees with breaking up big tech and says the iPhone maker should have split its business

Steve Wozniak told Bloomberg he is 'pretty much in favour' of splitting up big, monopolistic tech companies.

A group of states may launch investigations into big tech companies like Facebook and Google possibly next month

Representatives of about a dozen states met with DoJ officials to discuss a multi-state, bi-partisan effort, the Wall Street Journal reports.

Big tech warned by top regulator: We will break you up if we have to

'It's not ideal because it's very messy. But if you have to you have to,' said Federal Trade Commission chairman Joe Simons.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

Facebook reportedly called off talks to buy Houseparty over fears a deal would attract unwanted antitrust scrutiny

The video-chat app Houseparty gained huge popularity with under-24s and was eventually bought by the "Fortnite" developer Epic Games.