Google Trips in Europe

Posted By: Dr. Frugal in Economics on 11/14/2007 at 06:34:20

Google had some problems in Europe regarding their acquisition of DoubleClick. For $3.1 billion dollars, Google had no problem in the United States, but Europe, with more stringent pro-competition regulations, has declared they need to do an in-depth review before things can proceed. Good for them. I love Google personally, and I could care less if they own the-company-formerly-known-as DoubleClick. I'm not an ad clicker, but if I was it wouldn't matter whose ads I was clicking.

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