Google Just Got The U.S. Department Of Justice's Approval To Acquire Motorola (GOOG)

Google Just Got The U.S. Department Of Justice's Approval To Acquire Motorola (GOOG)

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Google's acquisition of Motorola Mobility just cleared another huge hurdle, with the Department of Justice announcing that it has cleared the deal, Poornima Gupta of Reuters reports. Google also announced that the European Commission cleared the $12.5 billion acquisition earlier today. Please follow SAI on Twitter and Facebook.Join the...
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