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  1. YouTube Crosses 4 Billion Video Streams a Day

    6:52 am 1/23/2012

    But most of the videos still do not make money, with about three billion videos a week being monetized.Read more

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  2. Some Analysts Still Like Google's Stock After Earnings Miss

    6:58 am 1/20/2012


Shares of the Internet giant, led by CEO Larry Page, declined in early trading. 

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  3. Google Misses Earnings Estimates and Shares Plunge After the Closing Bell

    3:17 pm 1/19/2012

    The online behemoth posts record revenue, but investors lop $57 off its stock price.Read more

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  4. CEO Larry Page: Google Moved Desserts to Keep Employees Healthy

    6:13 am 1/19/2012

    The Internet giant tops the annual list of Fortune's 100 best companies to work for, with DreamWorks Animation representing Hollywood in spot 14.Read more

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  5. League For Gamers Founder Mark Kern Explains Why SOPA and PIPA Are Bad for the Videogame Industry

    10:29 am 1/18/2012

    Game developer Mark Kern has launched a gaming organization to battle legislation like SOPA and PIPA.Read more

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  6. Google Responds to Rupert Murdoch's Anti-Piracy Twitter Rant

    5:18 am 1/16/2012

    The search giant shoots down the News Corp. chairman's accusations as "nonsense."Read more

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  7. Funny or Die Launches Google TV Spotlight App

    10:03 am 1/12/2012

    All of the comedy hub's original content will now be available on the new version of the streaming video player.Read more

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  8. Google Looks to Expand in China

    7:41 am 1/12/2012

    After a confrontation with authorities two years ago, the Internet giant doesn't want to miss out on opportunities in the world's biggest online market. Read more

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  9. Google Planning New Crop of TV Products

    7:02 am 1/6/2012

    The technology company, in another attempt to advance in the television department, announced partnerships with Sony, LG, Samsung and Vizio.Read more

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  10. Analyst: T-Mobile Should Explore Alliances with Amazon, Facebook, Google

    11:54 am 12/20/2011

    A $3 billion break-up fee from a failed proposed sale to A&T will buy the mobile firm about a year though, another analyst argues. Read more

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