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Europe’s love/hate relationship with Silicon Valley — and what that means for U.S. tech firms

The last time Mark Zuckerberg visited Berlin, he appeared to be having a really good time. The Facebook founder received a prize for entrepreneurship, was seen jogging through the city and generally smiled a lot. At a “town hall meeting” organized by Facebook during the trip last February, Zuckerberg took questions from local students and […]
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