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November 10, 2009 at 6:00 PM

Video: Auletta on Google, Apple divorce, Comcast buying NBC

Here’s a video of the conversation I had last night with Ken Auletta at the downtown Seattle library – talking about Auletta’s new book, “Googled: The End of the World as we Know It” in the Microsoft Auditorium.

Auletta shared tidbits from his extensive interviews with Google founders and executives, as well as earlier conversations with Bill Gates.

In response to a question from the audience about whether Comcast will buy NBC from GE, he mentioned that he met with GE boss Jeff Immelt late last week and the deal should happen with a few days.

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Comments | Topics: Comcast, GE, Google

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