EU fined the company for allegedly abusing the power of its dominant search engine

Alphabet Inc.’s Google on Monday filed an appeal of the European Union’s record €2.42 billion ($2.91 billion) antitrust fine against the company for allegedly abusing the power of its dominant search engine, setting up a legal battle that could set the tone for a series of cases and probes against the company.

The appeal comes shortly before the deadline under EU law to file an appeal against the decision, which was issued by the European Commission, the bloc’s executive body, in late June. The EU accused Google of...

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