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|41:|| Chief of Google in China Leaving|
"Google said in a news release early Friday in Beijing that Mr. Lee, who was president of Google Greater China and vice president for engineering, would leave the company in mid-September."
|Sept 4, 2009|
|42:|| China Renews Google License|
"The battle between Google and the Chinese government appears to have ended in a score-draw." - BBC
|July 11, 2010|
|43:|| Chinese Firm Sues Google Over The Name 'Guge'|
"A Chinese company has taken Google's China operations to court over what it says is an infringement of the Chinese translation of its name, "Guge," according to court documents."
|Dec 14, 2007|
|44:|| Class Action Lawsuit For Google With Ads On Parked Domains||July 16, 2008|
|45:|| Click Fraud Continues to Gain Exposure|
NewsWeek article on click fruad: "...written a simple software program that relentlessly clicked on his ads, burning up his ad budget and pushing his links off the search sites by lunchtime each day."
|Jan 24, 2005|
|46:|| Co Founder of Google Maps Quits for Facebook|
"Rasmussen said another reason for leaving was that Google was becoming too unwieldy."
|Nov 1, 2010|
|47:|| Company Sues Google For "Predatory Conduct "|
"Google said that "the advertising market in which Google operates is highly competitive and advertisers have a huge range of choices."
|Feb 18, 2009|
|48:|| Competitors Raise M-Word (MONOPOLY) With Google Purchase of DoubleClick|
""Google's purchase of DoubleClick combines the two largest providers of online advertising delivery and is going to reduce substantially the market competition on which Web sites rely on to provide advertising," The Journal quoted Brad Smith, Microsoft's general counsel, as saying. Smith said that, taken together, Google and DoubleClick would handle more than 80% of the advertisements served up to third-party Web sites when a user pulls up a page, the Journal reported."
|Apr 16, 2007|
|49:|| Comsumer Satisfaction Highest with Google|
"... Google, search engines garnered the highest average satisfaction levels in the e-business category, scoring an 80 out of 100"
|Aug 30, 2004|
|50:|| Could Google bid for AOL?|
"Google could try to bid for America Online to preempt a Microsoft takeover and protect the $380 million in revenue Google gets from its biggest partner, according to an analyst."
|Sept 20, 2005|
|51:|| Court Docs Reveal YouTube Smoking Guns - 80% of Page Views Pirated Material|
"... Chen talked about "concentrating all of our efforts in building up our numbers as aggressively as we can through whatever tactics, however evil." ... ...Senior YouTube employee in an instant message that 'the truth of the matter is probably 75-80 percent of our views come from copyrighted material. The startup's [YouTube's] strategy was, at its core, a decision to profit from copyright infringement. It doesn't matter whether YouTube showed ads on its video pages or not (for years, it did not, apparently concerned about just this issue); to Viacom, the entire business strategy was a way of profiting from infringement"
|Mar 20, 2010|
|52:|| Court Orders Google to Stop Producing Thumbnails - Google Loses Landmark Case|
"...US district court in the central district of California, Judge Howard Matz said that he would issue a preliminary injunction to prevent Google displaying thumbnail-sized images..."
|May 10, 2006|
|53:|| Credible Speculation on Google Prepping Auctions|
NewsWeek senior editor: "...the next big move of the search phenom would be an assault on eBay. "
|Apr 4, 2005|
|54:|| Del.icio.us founder Joshua Schachter Now At Google|
After selling his social bookmarking service del.icio.us to Yahoo, founder Joshua Schachter hung out until June 2008. Now the reports are flowing that he has joined Google.
|Jan 14, 2009|
|55:|| DoubleClick Deal Good Timing For Google|
"That's why the closing of the DoubleClick acquisition arrives at a particularly interesting time for Google, especially since DoubleClick is expected to boost Google's anemic display advertising business and thus allow the company to add some diversification to its revenue stream."
|Mar 12, 2008|
|56:|| DoubleClick Mobile Integrates With Mobile Ad Networks|
"DoubleClick Mobile, the company's advertising delivery system for mobile devices, is integrating with mobile ad networks including AdMob, Google's AdSense for mobile content, and Millennial Media's premium MBrand network as well as its Decktrade performance network."
|Apr 30, 2008|
|57:|| Doubleclick Performics is now Google Affiliate Network!|
Google Affiliate Network connects advertisers and publishers who want to increase sales and drive leads through affiliate marketing."
|June 30, 2008|
|58:|| Drudge Says Microsoft Eyes Google Takeover||Oct 31, 2003|
|59:|| E.U. Court Adviser Backs Google's Right To Sell Ads For Brand Names|
"LVMH's Louis Vuitton fashion brand and others have been fighting such advertising after makers of imitation products piggybacked on those brands in online searches to attract customers."
|Sept 22, 2009|
|60:|| E.U. Gives Google January Deadline Over Antitrust|
EU regulators said they would end their investigation into the allegations if Google came "forward with a detailed commitment text in January 2013".
|Dec 20, 2012|
|61:|| E.U. Opens Investigation Into Google Over Alleged Abuse Of Dominant Position|
"The European Commission has decided to open an antitrust investigation into allegations that Google has abused a dominant position in online search,"
|Nov 30, 2010|
|62:|| E.U. Raises Privacy Concerns Over Google's Street View Maps|
"The ability of Google Inc's map service to put detailed street-level images on the Internet could raise concerns in Europe if it was introduced there, the EU's data protection agency said on Thursday."
|May 15, 2008|
|63:|| E.U. Regulator Tells Google To Pause Privacy Changes|
In a letter to Google's chief executive Larry Page, Europe's 'Data Protection Working Party' wrote that "we call for a pause in the interests of ensuring that there can be no misunderstanding about Google's commitments to information rights of their users and EU citizens, until we have completed our analysis".
|Feb 3, 2012|
|Oct 15, 2012|
|65:|| E.U.: Will Ad Prices Rise If Google DoubleClick Deal Goes Through|
"If you currently use DoubleClick's ad serving technology, do you expect any changes in the service it offers (in price or quality) by DoubleClick after its acquisition by Google?"
|Jan 12, 2008|
|66:|| E=MC2 : Google Recruiting Bill Board on Highway 101||July 10, 2004|
|67:|| EBay, Facebook, Yahoo, Want An End To Viacom YouTube Lawsuit|
"Yahoo! Inc., IAC/InterActiveCorp, EBay Inc. and Facebook Inc. urged a judge to dismiss Viacom Inc.'s copyright-infringement lawsuit against Google Inc.'s YouTube video-sharing website."
|May 27, 2010|
|68:|| EU Extends Google DoubleClick Inquiry Deadline|
"The time limit for a decision on the $3.1 billion deal was moved back so proposed remedies to possible competition problems could be tested, a spokeswoman for the European Commission said."
|Oct 22, 2007|
|69:|| EU Gives the Go Ahead for Google DoubleClick|
"European Union regulators cleared Google Inc.'s $3.1 billion bid for online ad tracker DoubleClick, saying the deal will not hurt competition for online ads."
|Mar 11, 2008|
|70:|| EU Regulator Says It May Seek Global Rules For Google|
The European antitrust chief said Wednesday that any changes Google offered to settle concerns that it might be tilting Internet search results in its favor should be applied worldwide.
|July 27, 2012|
|71:|| EarthLink & Google win San Francisco Wi-Fi bid|
"EarthLink and Google have been tabbed as the most viable bidders to blanket San Francisco with a Wi-Fi network, based on a review by the city's Department of Telecommunications and Information Services, or DTIS."
|Apr 6, 2006|
|72:|| Ebay To Ban Google Checkout|
"Starting next July, eBay will no longer let Google provide transaction checkout services on eBay Web sites. It won't allow any checkout service except its own PayPal-featured service. Google Checkout doesn't offer PayPal."
|Sept 1, 2010|
|73:|| English Premier League (soccer) Sues Google/YouTube|
"The football organisation said YouTube had "knowingly misappropriated" its intellectual property by encouraging footage to be viewed on its site."
|May 5, 2007|
|74:|| Eric Schmidt Sees Bing As Google's Biggest Threat|
"Bing is fighting the war Google won last decade."
|Sept 25, 2010|
|75:|| Eric Schmidt on What the Web Will Look Like in 5 Years||Oct 28, 2009|
|76:|| Eric Schmidt to be Google chairman, Larry Page now CEO|
Major management changes at Google shift Eric Schmidt to Executive Chairman and Larry Page to CEO.[br][br]In Schmidt's words, "For the last 10 years, we have all been equally involved in making decisions. This triumvirate approach has real benefits in terms of shared wisdom, and we will continue to discuss the big decisions among the three of us. But we have also agreed to clarify our individual roles so there's clear responsibility and accountability at the top of the company."
|Jan 20, 2011|
|77:|| Eric Schmidt's Plan for Google News|
"In about six months, [Google] will roll out a system that will bring high-quality news content to users without them actively looking for it." - TheWrap.com
|Apr 28, 2009|
|78:|| F.T.C. Is Said to Have Looked Into Amazon-Google Ties|
NY Times: "John Doerr's recent departure from the board of Amazon.com was prompted by a federal inquiry into the close ties between Amazon and Google, said people with direct knowledge of the matter."
|Apr 2, 2010|
|79:|| F.T.C. To Delay Decision On Google Antitrust Investigation|
Google had been preparing a letter with voluntary concessions to end the agency's investigation of its practices in the Internet search market without a formal settlement or lawsuit, the people have said.
|Dec 19, 2012|
|80:|| F.T.C. To Serve Google Inc. With Civil Subpoenas|
The new FTC investigation, by contrast, will examine fundamental issues relating to Google's core search-advertising business, which still accounts for the majority of its revenue. Those issues include whether Google, which accounts for around two-thirds of Internet searches in the U.S. and more abroad, unfairly channels users to its own growing network of services at the expense of rivals'.
|June 23, 2011|