British couple who cost Google £2.1 billion speak out

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2018.02.14. 22:44
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Adam, 51, and Shivaun Raff, 49, from Crowthorne, Berkshire, left their jobs to set up price comparison website 'Foundem' in 2005 but within days of launching, they noticed something was wrong.



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