Big tech, big hearing: The Tipline for 8 July 2020

The top executives at four of the world’s five largest companies will testify before the House of Representatives antitrust subcommittee later this month. House judiciary committee chair Jerrold Nadler and antitrust subcommittee chair David Cicilline said the testimony of chief executives at Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google is critical to the House’s investigation of potential antitrust violations by large technology companies. The executives may be able to testify on their home turf, as the subcommittee said that current House rules allow for virtual testimony. We have more on the hearing in today’s Tipline, plus a merger of two residential solar companies to challenge Tesla.


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