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Larry Page's report card one week in

April 11, 2011: 11:03 AM ET

The New/Old Google CEO made some important moves in his first week.

Co-Founder Larry Page took back the helm of Google(GOOG) a week ago and has made some bold moves over the past week.  Let's take a look at what has transpired and what's likely to come.

Within 24 hours of taking control, Google announced it was seeking to buy up Nortel patents, which would put it on more equal footing in the Wireless space.  Google's Android OS has outgrown the company's patent portfolio and the other industry titans are now taking aim at Google in the courtroom. Google's opening offer was $900 million (and by putting that out there, Google gets a reward if it is outbid). More

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