Venturebeat recently posted an article about Google’s influence in the White House. The Wall Street Journal had published an article claiming that Google had visited around 230 times since President Barack Obama took office, which works out to roughly once a week. Google and News Corp., Rupert Murdoch’s company that owns the Wall Street Journal, have often been at odds, according to the article, and Google takes issue with the number, claiming some of the visits were for service calls and YouTube interviews, while others were by people not employed by Google at the time of the visit. Google also contends Microsoft visited more often during the same period.

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