Judge sets mid-November deadline for Google's initial response to US antitrust case

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Judge sets mid-November deadline for Google's initial response to US antitrust case

Accused of using its market muscle to hobble rivals.

Google must tell a district court how it will respond to a federal antitrust lawsuit by mid-November, with the two sides making initial disclosures later in the month, US Judge Amit Mehta said in a brief order. The US Justice Department sued Google on Oct. 20, accusing the US$1 trillion company ...

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