Google. It's a noun. It's a verb. It's what people do first on the Web. It sometimes seems as though Google is everywhere -- except Washington. Now, its D.C. profile may be about to change, as Google faces high-profile lawsuits, PR battles and legislation that could dramatically change its fortunes. How the company responds and whether it can play the Washington power game may go a long way toward determining whether Google becomes the next Microsoft or just another dot-com boom tale gone bust.
Google Searches for D.C. Presence
February 3, 2006
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