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China approves Google purchase of Motorola Mobility

Google cleared its last big hurdle, the Great Wall of China. Now, the search giant will be able to move forward with its purchase of Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion. The caveat is a minor one that would have likely been the case anyway, but China wasn't going to take any chances. As part of the approval, Google must agree more »
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