After having to explain to Congress that Google doesn’t make the iPhone, Google’s CEO says it needs to talk with Washington more
Wednesday, 12 December 2018 · In an interview after his appearance before Congress where he was had to explain that Google doesn't make the iPhone, Google CEO Sundar Pichai said that more conversations need to happen between Mountain View and Washington.
· “There needs to be deeper, different engagement than what happens today,” he said.
On Tuesday, Google CEO Sundar Pichai will tackle Donald Trump's accusations of political bias head-on.
Business Insider reports that Pichai will be grilled by the House Judiciary Committee.
It will the first time he has been questioned by Congress since he became CEO in 2015.
In prepared remarks...
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