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16 April 2007 By David Vise

The internet giant’s willingness to fork out $3.1bn for the ad firm shows it will pay dearly to keep Microsoft from getting traction online. In greasing these deals it helps that the targets want to be part of Google and fear being devoured by Microsoft.

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