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  1. Google Wins Big Lawsuit Over Book Scanning

    8:10 am 11/14/2013

    A federal judge says that the search giant made "fair use" of library books and says its massive project "provides significant public benefits."Read more

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  2. YouTube Close to Launching Subscription Music Service

    7:11 am 10/24/2013

    Google's video site is preparing a Spotify-like product to debut later this year, sources say.Read more

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  3. Celia Cruz: How the Late Cuban Singer's Google Doodle Came to Be

    4:30 pm 10/21/2013

    The "Queen of Salsa" would have been 88 on Monday.Read more

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  4. Google Stock Hits Record High: $1,011.41

    2:27 pm 10/18/2013

    Wall Street's value of the Internet search giant is more than the combined worth of Disney, Time Warner, Viacom, CBS and Sony.Read more

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  5. Google Shares Rise on Strong Quarterly Financials

    1:11 pm 10/17/2013

    The Internet giant reported $14.89 billion in revenue, beating expectations by about $100 million.Read more

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  6. YouTube Just Solved Your Indie Film's Soundtrack Needs

    10:08 am 9/26/2013

    Google's popular video site rubs shoulders with the likes of Moby to enter the royalty-free musical movement.Read more

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  7. Machinima Lays Off 11 Percent of Staff

    1:46 pm 9/18/2013

    The new-media network says it will acquire more programming with the money it saves by paying fewer staffers.Read more

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  8. Search Engines Power Piracy, Research Shows

    7:26 am 9/18/2013

    A study finds no evidence that the algorithm change made by Google has had any impact on reducing the amount of traffic referred to infringing websites.Read more

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  9. Yahoo Hires Ned Brody to Head Advertising Efforts in the Americas

    3:08 pm 9/3/2013

    Brody was a top executive at AOL until leaving the firm in April.Read more

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  10. Digital Consumer, Larry Page Top Guardian List of Most Powerful U.K. Media Figures

    6:52 am 9/2/2013

    New BBC boss Tony Hall debuts in the third spot, Rupert Murdoch climbs and Netflix boss Reed Hastings gain, but Simon Cowell drops a few spots.Read more

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