Good thing thats not true
Or else sites like Bing, Blekko, DuckDuckGo, etc. would be polluted with the same junk search results Google gives you. Luckily Google's sinister "search engine quality" team of "engineers" were only able to inject 7 spam links for search terms with zero results. Otherwise Google's "don't be evil" and "but it's all about making the user happy, not sabotaging other business so they can't provide a superior service" catchphrases might seem a little thin if they weren't able to use the search engine duopoly to cloak their real business practices, and that would be bad for Google. Not only would they need to find a new bad guy (maybe Facebook?), but they wouldn't have any distracting headlines to push to the media when they get in antitrust trouble for several markets outside the search engine one.
Still, I have a bad feeling they hadn't intended to kill Bing right off anyways. They still have a couple hundred businesses to buy out or run out of business and they still need a bad guy for their blogs to talk about to cover the real problems up.