Claire Cain Miller's article about Google's bungling in China is packed with funny moments, but this is my favorite: "Mr. Schmidt asked that Google remove from the search engine information about a political donation he had made. Sheryl Sandberg, a Google executive who is now Facebook's chief operating officer, told him that was unacceptable."
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