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  1. Google's Eric Schmidt Earned $19.3 Million In 2013

    1:39 pm 3/28/2014

    Larry Page, a co-founder and the CEO of the planet's dominant Internet search engine, was paid his customary $1.Read more

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  2. 'Innocence of Muslims' Actress Demands Google Be Sanctioned

    3:44 pm 3/25/2014

    Will the web giant have to put up a $128 million bond for allegedly "thumbing its nose" at an appeals court? UPDATED: No.Read more

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  3. Google Partners With Ray-Ban and Oakley for Wearable Glasses

    11:38 am 3/25/2014

    Cool kids, rejoice! Getting your hands on Google Glass will be easier than ever.Read more

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  4. What Viacom Has to Show for Seven Years of Pursuing YouTube (Analysis)

    10:31 am 3/18/2014

    The content giant has spent millions of dollars to shape copyright law.Read more

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  5. Viacom, Google Settle Long-Running YouTube Copyright Lawsuit

    5:38 am 3/18/2014

    UPDATED: The resolution ends a nearly seven-year-old case that was closely followed in both the entertainment and tech sectors.Read more

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  6. Hollywood Docket: Tivo Patents; 'Innocence of Muslims' Update; WME v. Geraldo

    11:56 am 3/17/2014

    A roundup of entertainment law news including more on the "Queen of Versailles" arbitration.Read more

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  7. 'American Idol' Opens Voting at Top of Show, Partners With Google, Facebook

    3:00 am 2/26/2014

    The Fox show introduces real-time results and dynamic search.Read more

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  8. Eric Schmidt Buys Gregory Peck's Former Holmby Hills Estate

    2:16 pm 2/11/2014

    Google's executive chairman shells out $22 million for the French chateau-style home.Read more

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  9. Google Names Susan Wojcicki YouTube Head

    12:30 pm 2/5/2014

    Susan Wojcicki, Google vp ads and commerce, replaces Google senior vp Salar Kamangar as head of its online video platform. Read more

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  10. How You Watched the Super Bowl

    10:00 am 2/5/2014

    The Seattle Seahawks' routing of the Denver Broncos drew 112.2 million average viewers and 24.9 million total tweets. Read more

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