It was a big week for Big Tech, which wasfor a historic antitrust hearing on Capitol Hill. Apple, Amazon, Google and Facebook execs took harsh questions from hostile House subcommittee members about alleged predatory business practices, theft of digital content and aggressive copying and purchasing of competing businesses.
Then, after the hammering, the companies posted big quarterly earnings and revenue.and both saw their profit double, while despite many of its stores being closed and much of the world locked down. , but the results were better than Wall Street expected.
Not to be forgotten,deaths . By week's end, there were about 17.3 confirmed cases worldwide and around 674,000 deaths. Top infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci said , such as goggles or a face shield -- in addition to a face mask -- to further protect themselves from the pandemic.
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