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* In recent months, Google has come under attack for lashing out at Apple, Microsoft, and RIM, which in turn led those companies -- not to mention Silicon Valley insiders -- to criticize the Internet giant right back. Search Engine Land's Danny Sullivan penned an excellent point-by-point rebuttal to these anti-Google remarks, and regardless of which side of the fence you fall on, it's an extremely compelling argument. (Search Engine Land)
* An in-depth look at Foursquare's "shy but garrulous" co-founder and CEO Dennis Crowley. (AdAge)
* MySpace co-founder Tom Anderson on whether Google+ is putting Facebook on the defensive and how the reigning social networking champ now faces a tough road ahead,balancing what's best for the users, advertisers, small local businesses, and platform developers. (TechCrunch)
* Why Yahoo is reporting lackluster sales numbers despite bringing in a not-so-shabby 178 million visitors last June. (The New York Times)
* Popular file-syncing startup Dropbox is reportedly talking to investors about another round of funding that would push its valuation to $10 billion. (TechCrunch)
* What a Hulu sale would mean for Apple, Google or Amazon. (The Hollywood Reporter)
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* During Facebook's big product launch event yesterday at its Palo Alto headquarters, Mark Zuckerberg announced some interesting new stats: users are sharing twice as much content now as they did the same time last year, with its 750 million users -- yes, 750 million -- sharing 4 billion items MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - Jul 7, 2011 3:30 AM ET
A radical corporate restructuring, borrowing a Japanese idea, could help Google instill a permanent culture of innovation, and stave off Microsoft-style stagnation.
By Kevin Kelleher, contributor
FORTUNE -- What is it going to take for Google to get its mojo back? Google in the spring of 2011 is a far cry from Google in its startup days. Facing competition from younger companies like Facebook, Google is spending more to hire new talent, MOREApr 18, 2011 11:56 AM ET
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