The New York Times, June 10, 2019: The New York Times: Anger at big tech unites noodle pullers and code writers. Washington is all ears.
Oracle and the Handpulled Noodle would seem to have little in common. One is a multibillion-dollar software company in Silicon Valley with tens of thousands of employees all over the world. The other is a small Harlem spot that serves Chinese comfort food and is known for its tasty dumplings.
But they both say Google is unfairly hurting their businesses, and they have a new audience in Washington eager to hear about it.
After years of showing little interest, Congress and regulators at the Federal Trade Commission and the Justice Department plan to scrutinize the power, influence and market dominance of Google, as well as fellow tech giants Amazon, Apple and Facebook.