A search for "St. Louis" and "embroidery" used to list (read the article for name), a small embroidery store in St. Louis, in third or fourth place, said (read the article for name), the company's chief executive. Since November, he said, it has "dropped off the face of the earth."
"It was devastating," said (read the article for name), who said he didn't complain directly to Google because he assumed his company was too small to matter.
A quick check of whois information shows that (read the article for name), has duplicate sites online, keywordkeyword.com and keyword-keyword.com, hosted at different ip addresses. Tsk, tsk.
This is a common mistake with news reporting about Google, that they don't check their Google detractors to see if they're quoting someone who caused their own problems. Makes Google look bad for getting rid of spammers.