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washingtonpost.com - 10 readers, 4 Tweets - Since opening a one-man lobby shop nine years ago, the Web giant is now a pioneering corporate player in D.C.
techcrunch.com - 7 readers, 163 Tweets - IBM announced today it intends to buy Silverpop, a cloud marketing platform that gives marketers insight into customer activity online. Silverpop gives IBM..
techcrunch.com - 20 readers, 4287 Tweets - With 1.35 billion active monthly users, Facebook continues to be the world's largest social network by some margin, but when it comes to picking up new..
theverge.com - 7 readers, 595 Tweets - Facebook is no longer showing search results from Microsoft's Bing search engine on its on-site Graph Search product, as Reuters reports. The move apparently happened four days ago, alongside an u...
spiegel.de - 7 readers, 332 Tweets - A ruling by the European Union's highest court last week ordering Google to provide people with the right to be forgotten has generated fiercely divergent responses in the US and Europe. Germans are celebrating the decision, which buttresses privacy.
geekwire.com - 7 readers, 6 Tweets - A proposed new look for Google's search results from the European Commission There are going to be some big changes afoot in Google's search results. The E
fortune.com - 6 readers, 89 Tweets - nRelate suddenly shuts down, leaving Outbrain and Taboola to battle Yahoo and Google.
techcrunch.com - 7 readers, 629 Tweets - After years of questions about how it will make revenue, Pinterest's roadmap to monetization is becoming more clear. The company announced today that its..