Google's Growth Raises Concerns About Antitrust Issues

A lawsuit over search rankings raises larger questions about Google's future susceptibility to antitrust claims as the ubiquitous Internet search engine gains steam. "Google is so large it runs the risk of slamming into the kind of situation that Microsoft found itself in, in terms of bundling its services together," said Robert B. Reich, former labor secretary in the Clinton administration and now professor at the University of California's Goldman School of Public Policy.

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