Google’s European Chief addresses its screw ups in Europe

Google’s President of EMEA Business and Operations Matt Brittin has admitted that the company made mistakes in Europe. Speaking with Politico in his first public interview since the EU filed antitrust charges against Google over  shopping services, Brittin said: “We don’t always get it right.” This was the main message of the conciliatory interview. The executive admitted that Google had failed in communications in Europe when it came to its relationship with authorities on the continent. He said the company “just didn’t have the people on the ground to be able have some of those conversations as we grew.” Google…

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