EU Antitrust Chief Vestager Speaks About Google and Other Key Cases
by Tom Fairless and Stephen Fidler, The Wall Street Journal
It’s been almost a year since Margrethe Vestager took over as the European Union’s competition commissioner and it’s been an eventful one for antitrust policy in Europe. She has moved decisively on a number of major cases, many of which affect American companies. In a wide-ranging interview with The Wall Street Journal, she covers many of those cases and describes her broad approach to her job. Here is an edited transcript of the interview.