At Google today is a stormy day. First of all, the deal to acquire Motorola Mobility. And secondly, the world's largest search engine received a warning from the European Union, which threatened the company with an antitrust lawsuit.
Although the deal with Motorola Mobility (the former Motorola) was known back in August last year, it was only now possible to complete it. The main reason for this delay is that the company's lawyers had to get a lot of approvals from antitrust organizations from around the world. This process has only now been completed.
Meanwhile, the European Union's antitrust authorities have accused Google itself of monopoly, with all the ensuing consequences. Some serious violations have been identified, which the company must now address. Otherwise, she will face penalties.
Google has not yet commented on either the first or second news.