Epic’s lawyer, making the point that all of Google’s other platforms and ecosystems products are unprofitable — save Google Play. Skinner agrees it’s the one exception.
But Google gets a chance to ask one last series of questions before Skinner leaves the stand, one that takes us back to the A1 Camera Company. Yes, Google Play is the largest source of revenue, but Android is the largest source of costs, Skinner testifies, and he believes it makes sense to keep those on separate P&Ls.
Skinner is done, and we’re being introduced to Stanford economics professor and former economics chair Doug Bernheim, Epic’s economics expert, who says he has antitrust experience as well.
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