On Tuesday morning the New York Times reported that New America, a US think tank, had parted ways with its Open Markets team after Alphabet executive chairman Eric Schmidt complained about a press release.Google and Schmidt are donors to New America, and Schmidt himself was chairman of the think tank until last year. The press release from Open Markets director Barry Lynn had praised the European Commission’s decision in June to fine Google for breaching EU anti-trust rules. In the aftermath of the press release, according to the Times, “word of Mr. Schmidt’s displeasure rippled through New America, which employs more than 200 people, including dozens of researchers, writers and scholars, most of whom work in sleek Washington offices where the main conference room is called the ‘Eric
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