A December 5, 2014, Fortune article titled “Could Europe really break up Google? A look at what’s possible − and likely” discusses the European Parliament’s resolution requesting all Internet companies operating in the region to “unbundle” their search engines from their other commercial properties. Essentially, officials believe such companies – including Google – can too easily promote their own products, which may give them an unfair market advantage. In paraphrased material, partner Matthew Hall comments that it was unusual for the European Parliament to get involved in the matter without prior committee inquiry. To read the full text of the article, visit www.fortune.com.