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Google looking for music chief

HELP WANTED: Google is looking for someone to run its music service, though technically it doesn’t yet exist, All Things D’s Peter Kafka reports, saying sources told him the tech giant has talked to several media execs about the gig. Though Google hasn’t formally announced the service and doesn’t have deals with the majors in place yet, it does have several people working on the service, including general counsel Zahavah Levine, music attorney Elizabeth Moody and Android head Andy Rubin. (8/27a)

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