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U.S. files second antitrust suit against Google's ad empire, seeks to break it up

The Justice Department and eight states have filed an antitrust lawsuit against Google, saying the company has worked to squash rival technologies and choke off competitors.

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Senators slam Ticketmaster over bungling of Taylor Swift tickets, question breakup

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U.S. files second antitrust suit against Google's ad empire, seeks to break it up

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