HuskyPup - 4:02 pm on Jul 8, 2013 (gmt 0)
Google's lost the original author/website information and seems to merely focus upon their boggers, scrapers and wikidictionaries that have copied stuff ad verbatim.
This seems to be proven by the fact that Bing, and some other engines, usually do show the original at the top.
It's certainly nothing to do with size, I have sites varying from 50-60 pages through the hundreds and into the low tens of thousands and I've had precisely the same treatment from Google even though they were all original authority sites when first launched.
Some of the results I see these days are not only pathetic they are downright incorrect but how the heck is an algo supposed to know that when it is biased towards their own properties and white-listed "customers".