President EMEA, Google
Google’s global leader defends their controversial tax affairs – and denies killing off newspapers
Matt is among the most senior global leaders at Google; and as President EMEA, is responsible for all their operations in Europe, Africa and the Middle East. In this in-depth interview, he defends the accusation that Google is killing newspapers; describes how the company is now working closely with news agencies; argues Google still hasn’t become part of the ‘establishment’ – and discusses his memorable appearance before Parliament to defend the company’s controversial tax affairs.
Tom Newton Dunn
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