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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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Joshua Benton    Nov. 27, 2013
The tech giant is offering opportunities for students to work with ten different journalism organizations next summer, including us. The deadline to apply is January 31.
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Ken Doctor    Nov. 27, 2013
Everybody’s making moves this month. Together, they tell us about what news will look like in 2014.
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Joshua Benton    Nov. 26, 2013
For its actions around the former domain name of the Online Journalism Review, the Australian company Oneflare has felt some SEO pain.
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Ken Doctor    Nov. 14, 2013
The dead-tree business has seen better days, sure. But for some publishers, print is an increasingly powerful part of their revenue strategies.
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Mark Coddington    Nov. 8, 2013
Plus: Glenn Greenwald’s journalistic model, evaluating The Times’ paywall, and the rest of this week’s news in journalism and tech.
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Ken Doctor    Nov. 6, 2013
The largest paywall provider in the United States is up for sale. What does the future hold as paywalls grow beyond being all-the-content firehoses?
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Mark Coddington    Nov. 1, 2013
Plus: The debate between advocacy and objectivity, John Henry’s vision for The Boston Globe, and the rest of the week’s future-of-news news.
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Mark Coddington    Oct. 18, 2013
Plus: The International New York Times debuts, Twitter and Google unveil telling changes, and the rest of the week in news and tech.
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Ken Doctor    Oct. 10, 2013
This year’s been a struggle, and there are plenty of trend lines still headed in the wrong direction. Here are the ideas and developments to watch as the news industry moves into 2014.