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Why Rupert Murdoch's quest to get Facebook to pay media companies is wrong in every way

Rupert Murdoch may be right that Facebook should pay media companies. That doesn't mean it's going to happen.

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Google and Facebook broke a promise to advertisers

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A new breed of social-video specialists is stealing business from old-school, TV-obsessed ad agencies

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