The House Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing featuring the CEOs of Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and Alphabet on July 27. One purpose of the hearing appears to be to set the stage for the release of a committee staff report that, according to rumors, will recommend changing laws so that antitrust officials can pursue these companies more aggressively. Committee hearings allow members of Congress to question witnesses, but often members’ opinions are already set and the questions are more like testimony. What if the tables were turned and the CEOs could ask questions of the members? Here are five questions the CEOs might ask.
Read Dr. Mark Jamison’s full blog post online at AEI.