The Times takes us inside the mind of Microsoft's Google slayer, Qi Lu -- from humble beginnings in China, living off a $10-a-month teaching salary, to cyber star. Lu was recently appointed president
of Microsoft's online services division, and tasked with structuring the complex partnership with his ex-employer Yahoo, which is expected to bring Microsoft closer to its ultimate goal of rivaling
Google's search audience.
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