The company could announce a deal with the EU competition watchdog within the next few days, according to a new report.
Joaquin Almunia believes that Google's proposals fo improving competition in the European Union just aren't enough.
The search giant reportedly has ponied up new proposals as it aims to avoid a fine that could go as high as $5 billion fine.
Google offers to label its own services in search results and give some prominence to rivals. European competitiveness regulators now want feedback, and critics are lodging objections.
Verizon Wireless and SpectrumCo cable companies agree to scale back joint marketing arrangement to win OK from Department of Justice and FCC, says The Wall Street Journal. Approval for deal to be announced within weeks.
Mainframe specialist offers to provide spare parts and information to support rivals in a bid to avoid further EU scrutiny of its business practices.
As hearings on Google's digitization project kick off in Europe, the company says European books still listed as commercially available will not be included in its online registry.
The European Union's competition commissioner says the search giant needs to offer more concessions, and soon, if it wants to avoid formal charges over anti-competitive practices.
Joaquin Almunia says he stands behind an antitrust agreement with the search giant despite criticism from rival businesses.
The company agrees to display competing services in the same manner it displays results for its own services.