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US tech company must pay a €4.3bn penalty but also overhaul its Android model

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Distortions mean an inversion does not necessarily point to recession, says former Fed chief

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Brussels penalises US group for abusing dominance in mobile operating systems

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US tech company must pay a €4.3bn penalty but also overhaul its Android model

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