If the Obama administration is serious about more aggressively responding to antitrust complaints, some of technology's biggest companies could have to rethink their business strategies or expansion plans, reports the Associated Press. The administration on May 11 said it has abandoned Bush-era policies that it criticized as too friendly to companies that dominate their markets. Tougher antitrust enforcement could focus on technology companies such as Intel Corp., which could face a steep fine in Europe this week over its behavior in the microprocessor industry, and Google Inc., whose leading market shares in online search and advertising markets were already drawing...

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