Google has lost an appeal against a $2.6 billion fine for breaking Europe’s antitrust laws related to how the company integrated shopping items into search results, boosting the continent’s effort to curtail the power of U.S. tech giants Europe’s General Court in Luxembourg upheld the massive fine in a decision delivered on Wednesday morning. Google had been found to have broken laws in 2017...
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AI Startups Are Trying to Make Usage-Based Pricing Happen
Tech waves have often brought along with them corresponding changes in business and pricing models. For instance, when companies moved from using servers in their own data centers to ones hosted by public cloud providers, they also switched from buying packaged software a la carte to subscribing to cloud-based software, leading to the much-loved SaaS model we see today.Now, VCs are telling me...
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