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Google is an Internet search and technology corporation that aims to “organize the world’s information.” Google was founded in 1998 by Larry Page and Sergey Brin and went public in 2004. It is headquartered in Mountain View, Calif., and employs more than 26,000 people worldwide. Google is the world’s most popular search engine and the…

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Ken Doctor    July 25, 2014
When people talk about explanatory journalism, the focus is on new players like Vox and FiveThirtyEight, or on giants like the Times and the Post. But can connecting the dots trickle down to the local level?
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Ken Doctor    July 16, 2014
Rupert Murdoch wants to add Time Warner to his stable of media properties. Seemingly everyone’s looking for an acquisition. What is it about this moment that is pushing everyone to get bigger?
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Mark Coddington    July 11, 2014
Plus: Google and censorship, The Wall Street Journal turns 125, and the rest of this week’s news about journalism and tech.
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Ken Doctor    July 10, 2014
“It’s not the hive that’s at issue here. It’s the big, monopolistic beekeepers who should give us pause.”
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Joseph Lichterman    June 11, 2014
A survey across 10 countries find some things in common (Facebook’s everywhere) and some divergence (Finns dig Google Plus).
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Ken Doctor    May 8, 2014
Three products — Circa, NRCQ, and News Republic — are trying to tackle a big question: How do we optimize news for reading on mobile devices? Despite the common goal, they’re taking different approaches.
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Ken Doctor    March 20, 2014
Newspaper companies made a smart move in the 1990s investing in online auto classifieds. Is selling it off a short-term gain for long-term pain?