Microsoft To Debut New Search Engine | CEO Takes On Craigslist Critics | HuffPo Snags An Editor From The Washington Post | Portfolio.com Will Live Again | Josh Marshall Addresses Dowd Plagiarism Fiasco

Wall Street Journal: Microsoft will unveil a new search engine at next week’s All Things Digital conference

Gawker: Craigslist CEO Jim Buckmaster responded to the controversy surrounding prostitution on the classified ads site with a blog post pointing out that other companies run illicit ads too

FishbowlNY: Lawrence Roberts is leaving his position as the chief of investigations at the Washington Post to become executive editor of the Huffington Post’s new investigative unit

FishbowlDC: Portfolio.com will be resurrected by the American City Business Journals group

Talking Points Memo: Josh Marshall responds to the discovery that Maureen Dowd plagiarized one of his blog posts

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