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By Stacy Perman
From Coco Chanel and Pierre Wertheimer to Larry Page and Sergey Brin, some of the world's most effective business partnerships in recent history have resulted in companies with products and services that pioneered new industries and business models. For a look at the results of 11 such pairings, flip through this slide show.