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Sheryl Sandberg

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Wait, Is Cybercrime in Russia Actually Declining?

Wait, Is Cybercrime in Russia Actually Declining?

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Lee Kai-Fu, Google Inc. (GOOG)’s former China head, said on his microblog he has cancer, sparking widespread concern among his more than 51 million followers.

“Although lymphoma doesn’t sound optimistic and has made my family and friends concerned, this is life -- it comes as a surprise but I should face it calmly,” Lee, 51, said on his Sina Corp. (SINA) Weibo account at about 8:07 a.m. Beijing time today. “Sickness is part of life; I will choose to face the ups and downs of life with a more positive attitude.”

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Google’s London Office With Running Track Wins Approval

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