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June 28, 2007 | From Times Wire Services
Google Inc. will start selling devices that scour corporate networks through Santa Ana-based distributor Ingram Micro Inc. Ingram will sell the Google Search Appliance and Google Mini in the U.S. now and in other countries later, Google said.
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June 23, 2006 | From the Associated Press
A suburban New York politician has dropped a federal lawsuit that had claimed the search engine company Google Inc. profits from child pornography. Jeffrey Toback, a member of the Nassau County Legislature, filed suit in May, claiming Google had "paid links" to websites containing child pornography. Google denied the allegations.
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July 12, 2006 | From Bloomberg News
Internet search giant Google Inc. plans to open an office in Ann Arbor, Mich., that would employ 1,000 people. The Mountain View, Calif.-based company will use the facility to handle sales and operations for its AdWords online advertising division, the Michigan governor's office said.
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December 3, 2007 | Jessica Guynn, Times Staff Writer
Found: geeks on the beach. Google Inc. has spread out like a beach towel in Santa Monica. What started in 2003 with a few dozen employees has grown into the company's fourth-largest office and fourth-largest engineering center in the U.S., with 300-plus employees in three buildings. "We have the best weather of any office in Google," said Thomas Williams, the engineering director who heads the office.
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April 9, 2014 | By Chris O'Brien
The "Heartbleed" software flaw that triggered alarm bells around the world could fundamentally undermine two decades' worth of efforts to persuade consumers they could trust the Web to securely handle such tasks as buying a pair of shoes and applying for a job. The discovery of a gaping hole in a piece of software that was supposed to protect personal information from hackers left websites rushing to fix the bug while consumers struggled to understand...
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April 1, 2006 | From Bloomberg News
Google Inc.'s top three executives each received $1 in salary last year, and sales chief Omid Kordestani exercised stock options worth $287.9 million. Co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page and Chief Executive Eric Schmidt each received a $1 salary, the Mountain View, Calif., firm said in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing. Kordestani received $1.02 million in compensation last year, including a $175,000 salary and a $837,956 bonus, the filing said.
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August 16, 2005 | From Bloomberg News
Google Inc. boosted the amount it plans to spend on computers and offices this year by 17% as it adds new services and expands outside the U.S. Capital spending will rise to more than $700 million this year, up from a May forecast of $600 million, Google, based in Mountain View, Calif., said in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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October 26, 2007 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Google Inc. must defend an infringement suit filed by American Airlines, which claims its trademarks are violated by the company's advertising program. The motion by the search-engine giant to dismiss the case was denied in federal court in Fort Worth. American, a subsidiary of AMR Corp., is the biggest U.S. firm to sue over Google's AdWords program, which lets firms place ads next to search results.
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June 28, 2006 | From Reuters
Google Inc. is expected to unveil today an online payment system called GBuy, which analysts say will allow merchants to accept payment for services and could become a broad-based alternative to EBay Inc.'s popular PayPal. Danny Sullivan, editor of SearchEngineWatch.com, said he expected Google to target online merchants rather than consumer-to-consumer payments, which is PayPal's traditional strength.
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November 3, 2006 | From Reuters
Google Inc. aims to close the gap between the classic way people get e-mail -- sitting at a computer -- and the slow-as-molasses reality of receiving e-mail on cellphones, the company said. The Web search leader, based in Mountain View, Calif., is introducing a custom version of its Gmail service that can run on any phone with Java software. "Because it is an application and not running through a browser
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