U.S. Justice Department officials are set to meet on Friday to discuss Google's ongoing antitrust probes. Yahoo Finance's On The Move panel discusses.
JULIE HYMAN: Also wanted to bring you a couple headlines regarding Alphabet. One of those is that the company has reached agreements to pay publishers for content in some cases, to license that news content. However, it's only publishers for now outside of the United States, including Germany's Spiegel Group, which publishes "Der Spiegel."
And then also the Justice Department continues to watch what is going on at Alphabet. The Justice Department and group of state attorneys general are scheduled to meet on Friday to discuss about next steps in some kind of antitrust case. So we continue to monitor that situation as well.