Can This Underdog Crack Google's Search Monopoly?

Oct. 18 (Bloomberg) –- First there were the Googles and Yahoos of the world, and now, there's Blippex. Based in Berlin, the new search engine ranks results by time people spend on a page -- and it doesn't collect personal information. Bloomberg Television spoke to the Blippex founder. (Source: Bloomberg)
Mylan Board Rejects $40.1B Teva Takeover Bid
13:21 - Mylan NV’s board unanimously rejected a $40.1 billion takeover offer from Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd., saying it’s too low and doesn’t address the difficulties of combining companies with different cultures. Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu reports on “In The Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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