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The eighth week of the U.S. v. Google antitrust trial marked a climactic moment Monday as Google boss Sundar Pichai took the stand defending the search engine’s market dominance.
The government alleges that Google holds around 90% of the search market by illegally paying rivals like Apple. But, Google asserts the revenue-sharing deal—which the court may rule illegal—is an investment on Google’s end to maintain the competition in its search and ads business.
In his testimony in the U.S.