Microsoft chairman Brad Smith has reportedly voiced his concerns about Apple to U.S. lawmakers working on antitrust issues. He reportedly met with the House of Representatives antitrust subcommittee a few weeks ago (via Bloomberg News).
Microsoft Executive Highlights Apple Concerns in Private Meeting
Mr. Smith is also General Counsel of Microsofts. During the private meeting, in addition to recounting the company’s antitrust battle in the 1990s, he commented on his issues with Apple. The executive has already urged regulators to investigate the App Store rules. All this precedes a successful hearing on July 27. Apple CEO Tim Cook will appear alongside Sundar Pichai, Jeff Bezos and Mark Zuckerberg.
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