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The Row Between Google and Review Sites is Flaring Up Again
By: Business Insider
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For months, review sites including Yelp and TripAdvisor have accused Google of unfairly burying their search results down its search page and instead favoring its own offerings.

In November, Google said this was caused by a "bug" and that it was working on a fix, to which Yelp CEO Jeremy Stoppelman responded: "Google is sounding about as truthful as Trump."

Now Stoppelman has been given a new reason to complain about Google's practices, Recode reported.

Earlier this month, Google launched a new search feature called "must-try," which features a carousel of reviews of restaurants from sites including Zagat, which Google owns, as well as other publishers.

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