The top European regulator opened an antitrust investigation into Google on Tuesday, following allegations that the Internet giant has abused its dominance in online search. The move follows complaints by specialized search-related companies about unfavorable treatment of their services in Googles unpaid and sponsored search results, the European Commission said in a statement. The commission said that it was also looking into whether Google may have given its own services preferential placement in search results.

Crestron Electronics announced last week that it has opened Crestron International's new headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, the same city where it was founded in 1992.

Session to Focus on Financial Supply Chain Initiatives that Optimize Credit and Cash at the First CES Supply Chain Academy NEW YORK, Nov. 29, 2006 – TradeCard Inc., the leading provider of global trade products for financial and physical supply chain automation, will present a session on the importance of automating key points in the consumer electronics supply chain during the Consumer Electronics Supply Chain Academy (CESCA), a conference held January 10-11, 2007 within the International CES at the Las Vegas Convention Center. More information about the Consumer Electronics Supply Chain Academy (CESCA) is available at TradeCard’s CEO Kurt Cavano

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