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    information. At one point, Kinderstart was “one of the choicest internet destinations for thousands of parents, caregivers, educators, and federal, state, and local organization. The monthly page views by visitors in 2005 reached approximately 10,000,000. Google offers a system for rating the usefulness of website, known as PageRank. PageRank is an algorithm used by Google Search to rank websites in their search engine results. It developed a system of converting the actual mathematical result into a whole number score from 1 – 10 to score how well and trusted that website is. ISSUES In March 2006, Kinderstart filed a class action against Google. In the Google case, they stated that Kinderstart filed a First Amended Complaint (“FAC”) for: violation of the right to free speech under the US and California constitutions, monopolization in violation of the Sherman Act…, and negligent interference with prospective economic advantage. In April 2005, Kinderstart’s rank on Google PageRank dropped to zero, and their referrals from Google dropped eventually to 1/100. Now, when you check the page rank of Kinderstart, it appeared status where the Google PageRank is 0/10, the domain authority is 1/100, and the page authority is 1/100. DECISION Because of the fact that later, it was revealed that Kinderstart largely failed to follow in the SAC (“Second Amended Complaint”), the motion to dismiss was granted without leave to amend. The Judge wrote in his decision that,…

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    Google’s Case Study 1. What do you think of the idea of Google correlating personal traits from the employees’ answers on the survey to their performance, and then using that as the basis for screening job candidates? In other words, is it or is it not a good idea? Please explain your answer. Google states that in their survey they have gathered responses from their current employees relating to 300 variables that include performance on standardized tests, how old they were when they first used…

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    Facten Case Study

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    2.1 Company Profile Facten is a privately held company headquartered in Paris, France. Founded from years of research in machine learning and semantic search, Facten invented a fundamentally different way to scan massive bases of scientific information to find hard to spot, yet critical segments of scientists working on the technologies that Facten customers sell (Facten 2016). Facten is Software as a Service application to help companies selling to Life Science Academics discovers, profile and…

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    Google Pixel Case Study

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    Assignment 3 – Google Pixel Organization Google was established in 1996 by Larry Page and Sergey Brin while they were Ph.D. understudies at Stanford University, California. Google today is a multinational technology company with its headquarters in Mountain View, California. It operates in areas of Internet-related products and services that incorporate web based advertising technologies, search engine, cloud computing, software, and hardware. A large portion of its income are derived from…

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    Client Profile Honeyspot Pizza 5 is a family restaurant located at 605 Main Street Monroe CT, 06468. They currently employ a total of 8 employees which include two chefs, one call attender and five delivery drivers.The product they primarily sell is various types of pizza however in addition they sell burgers, salads, and appetizer items. The restaurant is able to accommodate dine-in, take out, delivery and online ordering. Honeyspot Pizza 5 was established in July 2013, however their ecommerce…

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    Importance Of Page Ranking

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    PAGE RANKING OF A WEBSITE Page ranking commonly known as PR is basically a ranking system (1-10) determining how much the search engine( specifically Google) trusts any given website quick way to reference what google thinks of your website.[9] 10 means google home page it knows it trust it it gives ita lot of credit 0 means news google doesn’t trust it no weight wont give it traffic either. There are two types of Page Ranking. Tool bar page rank ( commonly known heard and seen on your…

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    Arion1 Anthony Arion Principles of Marketing 301B Prof Coulson 28 September 2016 Google: 1 followed by 100 Zeros The number 10 to the hundredth power; a 1 followed by 100 Zeros is a google. Likewise, the company founded in 1996 with a search bar merely powered by two dual Pentium II servers with 512MB of Ram each and now paying founders. Sergey Binn and Larry Page, an annual salary of $17.5 billion each is so aptly named as to make one believe it was inspired. Just ten years later in…

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    to Success What is an outlier? As Malcolm Gladwell explains in his novel Outliers: The Story of Success, an outlier is “something that is situated away from or classed differently from a main or related body”. A man named Lawrence Edward Page, with a mind like no other teams up with another man named Sergey Brin to create the famously known search engine, Google. In the book Outliers, Gladwell mentions many strategies and methods to achieve success. While a few apply to Larry, many of them do…

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    Disadvantages Of Google

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    The article “Is Google Making Us Stupid?” by Nicholas Carr is discuss about how Google changing him in different ways. Carr used his own experience to help the reader to understand the article and also support his agreement. In the article, Carr mention that he spending a lot of time online such as Google. Spend time on Google may have some disadvantages, for example, it makes him cannot focus on long lengthy articles. In Carr’s article he also list a lot of examples and details that is about…

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    Google, the wonderful search engine that drives people’s curiosity on the road of knowledge. In daily life Google is used countless times to search nearly anything and everything. It gives people to ability to increase their intelligence, but at the same time increases their dependability of Google. This in return leaves the choice to allow people to actually retain their new found knowledge, or to forget and repeatedly search as convenient. Then the question must be asked if Google is making…

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