By Brendan Intindola NEW YORK, April 30 (Reuters) - Google Inc., not content with successfully making the Internet a more useful information hub, has set an even loftier goal for itself: to create a foundation to tackle "the largest problems of the world." With a thriving enterprise driving such altruism, Google could become one of the big-time do-gooders in the world of corporate philanthropy. But unlike the Rockefellers, Fords, Carnegies and others who first exploited industrial ...
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