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Archive for February, 2009
Google has introduced advertisements to the results of search queries on Google News in a move aimed at turning the news aggregation site into a money-making venture.
Yahoo Inc paid its financial advisers millions of dollars last year to defend the Internet company against Microsoft Corp’s unsolicited buyout offer, according to a filing.
Carol Bartz announced a revamping intended to streamline Yahoo, make managers more accountable and accelerate decision making.
Newspapers, already reeling from advertising revenue losses, are wary of Google?s latest move.
After spending six weeks diagnosing Yahoo Inc.’s troubles, new Chief Executive Carol Bartz started to prescribe a cure Thursday with a management shake-up that will usher out the Internet company’s chief financial officer.
Yahoo’s chief financial officer is leaving the troubled Internet pioneer as part of a management shake-up engineered by the company’s new CEO.
Internet pioneer Yahoo! is open to selling its Web search business or entering into a partnership with another company, but doing a deal would be hard, a top executive said on Wednesday.
U.S. Internet firm Yahoo Inc is “not opposed” to doing a deal that would potentially sell its search business, Chief Financial Officer Blake Jorgensen said on Wednesday.
Accusing Microsoft of unfairly sidelining competitors, Google has said that it would apply to join a European Union antitrust case against Microsoft over the company’s Web browser.