EU Antitrust Chief Vows More Action Against Google

European Union regulators will actively pursue Google parent Alphabet Inc. on multiple fronts ranging from its contracts with advertisers to its Android mobile-operating system, the bloc’s antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager said, in the clearest sign yet that the U.S. search giant is likely to face fresh competition charges in Brussels. A year after taking office as Europe’s most powerful regulator, Ms. Vestager has moved decisively on a number of major cases that had languished under her predecessor, Joaquín Almunia of Spain.