'Marketplace' Report: Wikipedia Search Goes Live Wikipedia launches Wikia Search, an online search engine to be run by volunteers. Marketplace's Nancy Marshall-Genzer discusses how the nonprofit organization plans to transition into a revenue-generating business and whether Google should be scared.
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'Marketplace' Report: Wikipedia Search Goes Live

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'Marketplace' Report: Wikipedia Search Goes Live

'Marketplace' Report: Wikipedia Search Goes Live

'Marketplace' Report: Wikipedia Search Goes Live

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Wikipedia launches Wikia Search, an online search engine to be run by volunteers. Users can rate how helpful results are. Marketplace's Nancy Marshall-Genzer discusses how the nonprofit organization plans to transition into a revenue-generating business and whether Google should be scared.