Microsoft Gains In Search As Google, Yahoo Decline (Fox News)

Thursday, September 24th, 2009

Microsoft Gains In Search As Google, Yahoo Decline

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Yahoo! to launch global campaign about Y!ou (Geek.com)

Thursday, September 24th, 2009

Yahoo!?s brand and image has been on a downward decline due in part to a very public battle over control of the company and the company?s decision to pass up an offer by Microsoft to be bought. The decision to pass on Microsoft?s offer has not been viewed well by many Yahoo! shareholders, especially since […]

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Yahoo to close social-networking site (Los Angeles Times)

Monday, June 1st, 2009

Yahoo 360 will be shut down July 12 because of competition from larger rivals and a decline in ad revenue. Yahoo Inc. said Monday that it would shut down its Yahoo 360 social-networking site next month amid competition from larger rivals and a slowdown in advertising spending.

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Yahoo Investors Brace For Earnings Decline; Display Looks Weak (Forbes)

Saturday, January 24th, 2009

As Yahoo gathers itself to report its last quarterly earnings under Jerry Yang ?s troubled tenure as chief executive, expectations are fairly low.

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Google stock visits unfamiliar turf – negative (San Francisco Chronicle)

Thursday, December 25th, 2008

Google Inc.’s stock, once a Wall Street standout, performed like the rest of the crowd this year – horribly. After starting 2008 near $700, the Mountain View Internet giant’s shares closed Wednesday at $302.95, a 57 percent decline. It’s a major reversal from…

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Yahoo shares rise, amid broader markets decline and a little love from Wall Street (CNET via Yahoo! News)

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2008

Investors push shares of Yahoo up in morning trading Wednesday, as analysts point to stronger profit margins due to cost cutting and a healthy increase in its search advertising revenues.

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Yahoo to let visitors decline more targeted ads (The Pantagraph)

Sunday, August 10th, 2008

NEW YORK — Yahoo Inc. will let its Web visitors decline ads targeted to their browsing habits, becoming the latest Internet company to break from a common industry practice as Congress steps up scrutiny of customized advertising and consumer privacy.

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