The Senate antitrust subcommittee is threatening to subpoena Larry Page, the CEO of Google, and chairman Eric Schmidt because Google refused to make the executives available to testify before Congress’s August recess over the company’s dominance and market power (The Wall Street Journal has more on that). Google instead offered its chief legal office David Drummond. If Page and Schmidt are officially subpoenaed and dragged on before the subcommittee, the company will unnecessarily draw more scrutiny from Washington about its business practices. Bloomberg has the story.

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