Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook made almost $2.3 billion from exercising stock options last year shortly before the company's share price plummeted in a near-disastrous initial public offering.
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In an effort to avoid an antitrust crackdown across Europe, Google has offered up some solutions to appease regulators there - including the addition of links to rival services in its search results.
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