Prepared statements show execs will argue there is competition, and that their companies strengthen America
by Mike Murphy
The CEOs of four of the world’s largest and most influential tech companies are scheduled to testify Wednesday before a House antitrust panel, and they plan to emphasize how their products better American lives and jobs.
Jeff Bezos of Amazon.com Inc., Tim Cook of Apple Inc., Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook Inc. and Sundar Pichai of Google parent Alphabet Inc. will appear via videoconference starting at noon Eastern.
The House Judiciary Antitrust Subcommittee is expected to grill the executives — who have never appeared before lawmakers together — over their business practices and influence over consumers’ lives.