Presentation of a Study Detailing Consumer Effects of new Google Shopping Experience Members of the press invited to attend PR Newswire WASHINGTON, Dec. 4, 2012 WASHINGTON, Dec. 4, 2012 --FusionGPS recently produced a study analyzing several hundred Google Shopping searches, covering hundreds of items in several popular categories including flat screen TVs, laptops, mobile phones, movies, books and gift items. The research concludes that Google's new service violates the principles it has championed for years, offers consumers fewer choices and (potentially) higher prices, and may raise new questions at the FTC. FusionGPS to present the results of their study detailing how Google's What: new Shopping site could lead to consumers overpaying this holiday season When: Wednesday, December 5, 2012, 10:00 - 10:30 a.m. PST Where: Via Teleconference Dial In: 800-779-1692 Passcode: 7540461 For more information, press only: Jason Raymond, FusionGPS, 202-558-7142, email@example.com Note to editors: For more information about the study, please visit http://www.scribd.com/doc/115520925/Google-s-Adoption-of-Pay-to-Rank-for-Shopping-Survey-and-Analysis after 10:00 am PT time on Wednesday, December 5. /PRNewswire -- Dec. 4, 2012/ SOURCE FusionGPS
Presentation of a Study Detailing Consumer Effects of new Google Shopping Experience
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