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  1. Google to Face Antitrust Charges in Europe (Report)

    4:58 pm 4/14/2015

    If the European Commission charges Google with favoring its own services over others in search, it would be one of the biggest antitrust cases in the region. Read more

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  2. YouTube FanFest Gets North American Debut in Toronto

    7:57 am 3/31/2015

    YouTube stars Bethany Mota, Jenna Marbles and Michael Stevens are set to appear at the May 2 live event. Read more

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  3. Google Names Morgan Stanley's Ruth Porat CFO

    7:33 am 3/24/2015

    One of the most powerful women on Wall Street, she will succeed Patrick Pichette who recently announced his retirement.Read more

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  4. SXSW: GoogleX Exec Explains Why Early Glass Project Failed

    1:33 pm 3/17/2015

    The head of Google's so-called Moonshot Factory revealed why GoogleX has to fail to succeed during a keynote presentation at SXSW. Read more

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  5. Yahoo Job Cuts Hit Canada (Report)

    6:56 am 2/13/2015

    The layoffs comes amid investor pressure on CEO Marissa Mayer to cut costs. Read more

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  6. CTV Becomes First Canadian Broadcaster to Support Google Chromecast

    9:10 am 2/12/2015

    'The Big Bang Theory' is meeting Google north of the border.Read more

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  7. NFL Strikes Deal to Bring Football Clips to YouTube

    9:24 am 1/26/2015

    The National Football League has launched a YouTube channel for game previews, in-game highlights, recaps and more. Read more

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  8. Sony, Google, Apple Hit With Lawsuits Over Pre-1972 Music

    6:42 am 1/23/2015

    The lawsuits have the potential of wiping out much older music from the Internet.Read more

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  9. Google Chairman Eric Schmidt: "The Internet Will Disappear"

    10:56 am 1/22/2015

    He also discusses online dominance on a World Economic Forum panel with Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, while Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is asked about privacy issues.Read more

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  10. Will Europe Crack Down on Tech Firms After Paris Attacks?

    2:46 am 1/21/2015

    "Internet services have a duty to our users to ensure the security and privacy of their data," says the Internet Association.Read more

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