July 19, 2007 6:43 AM PDT

Congress to examine Google-DoubleClick deal

Google execs expected to testify about planned $3.1 billion acquisition of DoubleClick, which is facing antitrust scrutiny from regulators.
The New York Times

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In need of some new companies
During the past few years quite a few years students have been studyng macro and micro economics for the new age.
Also quite a few tallanted experienced individuals have retired or are struggling a bit and such.

Anyway are you looking to start a comapny that is needed right now and like just as much as profit a good challange.
You see the world with its omass of standard economists needs some new blood.

Enter some Macrobatic Companies
The soluton Macrobatics companies.
Flexable enough to start up a wide rage of creative developments from need and problems in the macro.
Also well capable of testsing investments but not the big investors under company rules more the experimenter and experience learning group for the Whole of the Macro world.
Making the groups true macrobats would be the objective here.
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Heh...this is too funny.
"Within days of the deal's announcement in April, companies including Microsoft, AT&T and some in the advertising industry, began to complain that the merger of Google and DoubleClick would limit competition in the online advertising market. Privacy groups, meanwhile, voiced concerns about the deal's impact on consumer privacy."

Pot...meet Kettle...
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