Amir Efrati

Wall Street Journal

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Thirteen years ago, before  Google  was ever invented, Bill Gates of Microsoft faced anti-trust charges before a Senate Committee.

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Thirteen years ago, before Google was ever invented, Bill Gates of Microsoft faced anti-trust charges before a Senate Committee.

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Even critics say  Google  makes the Internet usable. One clean and useful search tool has replaced that series of links that might or might not be productive.

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Even critics say Google makes the Internet usable. One clean and useful search tool has replaced that series of links that might or might not be productive.

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Federal agents rained down in New Jersey today,  arresting 44 people  charged with public corruption and high-volume, international money-laundering.

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Federal agents rained down in New Jersey today, arresting 44 people charged with public corruption and high-volume, international money-laundering.

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