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European Commissioner for Violation of EU Treaties Margrethe Vestager reacts during a news conference on the approval of the Hutchison-Vimpelcom deal at the European Commission in Brussels, Belgium September 1, 2016.

Amazon slides as the EU puts more tech giants in its regulatory sights

At a press conference in Brussels on Wednesday, Margrethe Vestager, the EU's competition commissioner, answered a question from a journalist about whether the EU suspected Amazon of committing antitrust violations.

Google made it impossible for Amazon to license its own version of Android

One curious detail from the European Commission's announcement of a $5 billion fine against Google involves another tech giant: Amazon.
European Commissioner for Competition, Margrethe Vestager, and Wired journalist Rowland Manthorpe.

Europe’s competition chief said Silicon Valley tech giants should fear breaking the rules

The European Commissioner for Competition has asked companies like Apple and Google to hand over billions of dollars.

Why Google just got fined €2.4 billion for Google Shopping

Google has been dominant in search since 2008, EU regulators found.

Europe to hit Apple with its ‘largest tax penalty’ ever

The European Commission started to look into Apple's Irish tax rate in 2014, and Tuesday's decision will be the culmination of a three-year investigation.

Apple could be on the hook for $19 billion in taxes, and the Obama administration is livid

JPMorgan has estimated that Apple could be on the hook for as much as $19 billion for its Irish operations.