CNBC - Apr 27 - The two top senators on the Senate Judiciary subcommittee on antitrust sent a letter to Google asking about an alleged call to Match Group the day before its top lawyer was set to testify about treatment on the Google Play app store. "We are deeply troubled by Match Group's claims that Google may have attempted to influence another witness's testimony," they wrote. Match's chief legal officer, Jared Sine, told senators during last week's hearing that employees at Google called Match after Sine's opening testimony became public. Sine said they asked why his testimony differed from Match's comments on its last earnings call, where executives said they believed they were having productive conversations about Google's 30% fee for in-app payments through its app store.
by Lauren Feiner
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