The U.S. Justice Department's once-in-a-generation antitrust fight with Alphabet's Google gets some star power on Monday when Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella takes the witness stand. The government is likely to ask Nadella about the obstacles posed by Google's dominance as Microsoft sought to grow Edge and Bing, its browser and search engine. The government has argued that Google, worth more than $1 trillion with some 90% of the search market, illegally paid $10 billion annually to smartphone makers like Apple and wireless carriers like AT&T and others to be the default search engine on their devices.
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