March 14 (Bloomberg) -- Microsoft Corp.'s search software will replace Google Inc.'s rival program on Lenovo Group Ltd. personal computers, a victory in Microsoft's fight against the dominant search company.
The deal is exclusive for several years, Microsoft Senior Product Manager Justin Osmer said in an interview. Osmer declined to be more specific about the terms. Lenovo, the world's third- largest personal-computer maker, had included Google's search tool-bar program on some of its machines, said Peter Gaucher, executive director for strategic alliances at Lenovo.
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