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The owners of many other portals also refused to invest in their technology.
The CEO of one such portal told them, "As long as we are 80% as good as our
competitors that is good enough. Our users do not really care about search."3
Since Larry and Sergey could not deposit the check in their accounts, they
decided to set up a corporation named Google Inc.
2] A portal is a website featuring commonly used
services as a starting point and a common gateway to the web (a web portal) or a
niche topic (vertical portal/vortal). The services offered by most portals
include a search engine, news, email, stock quotes, chat, forums, maps, shopping
and customization options. Large portals include many more services apart from
the ones mentioned above.
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