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Rivals Cite Monopoly Concerns on Google Ad Deal

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Rivals Cite Monopoly Concerns on Google Ad Deal

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Rivals Cite Monopoly Concerns on Google Ad Deal

Rivals Cite Monopoly Concerns on Google Ad Deal

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AT&T and Microsoft are raising antitrust concerns about Google's acquisition of the Internet advertising company Double Click for more than $3 billion. Google, the Web-search giant, has also announced deals to provide ads for radio and television.

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