Around the Net In Online Marketing Issues for April 2009

Around the Net In Online Marketing - Thursday, April 30, 2009
Another Platform A Head Rolls At AOL
Facebook Looking For 'Dumb Money'
Former DoubleClick CEO Leaves Google
Once Again, Gaming Beats The Downturn
Possible Solutions For An Ailing VC Industry
Facebook Exec Launches Bid For Calif. Attorney General
IAC's Diller Eyes Yahoo Personals
Apple To Design Chips
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Wednesday, April 29, 2009
AOL Ad Revenue Falls 20%
Armstrong Looks To Revamp AOL's Brands
MySpace: Is The Party Over?
Nielsen: Twitter Fails To Retain Users
Sandberg: Facebook In Tip-Top Financial Shape
Rep. Frank Readies Bill To Overturn Online Gambling Law
DOJ Opens Google Books Antitrust Inquiry
Microsoft, Verizon May Launch iPhone Rival
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Tuesday, April 28, 2009
Time Warner Closer To Spinning Off AOL
Report: Traditional Players To Drive Online Video Growth
Big Changes As Facebook Outsources Traffic
Analysis: 'Open' Facebook Still Closed
Google Building New Google News?
Amazon Acquires Stanza, Maker Of An IPhone E-Book Reader
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Monday, April 27, 2009
Report: MySpace To Name New COO
With Permission, Facebook To Open User Data To Developers
For Yahoo, Four Reasons Not To Sell Search To Microsoft
Verizon Looking To Sign IPhone Distribution Deal With Apple
The Inexorable March Of Internet TV
Coming Soon: Online Sales Tax
Former MTV Exec To Lead Project Playlist
A Second Chance For Online Gambling In The U.S.?
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Friday, April 24, 2009
Van Natta's Puzzling Move To MySpace
MySpace, Social Nets Struggle Amid Recession
Report: Joost on the Block, TWC Interested
Microsoft Reports First-Ever Quarterly Loss
Digital Agencies Expect To Grow 8% In 2009
What's Next For AOL?
App Store Delivers 1 Billionth App
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Thursday, April 23, 2009
Hulu, Labels Discussing Music Video Venture
Ten Things The New MySpace CEO Should Do
Former Facebook Exec To Lead MySpace?
Apple Beats Street On Strong iPhone Sales
Pirate Bay Lawyer Seeks Retrial On Judge Affiliations
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Wednesday, April 22, 2009
News Corp. To Axe MySpace's DeWolfe, Anderson
Internal Rifts Led To Millard's MSLO Exit
Consortium Aims To Recoup Revenue From Stolen Content
Google Me Lets You Edit Results for Your Name, Sort of
Yahoo Still Readying APT, In Pieces
Windows Live Adds Social Networking Partners
PBS Launches Video Portal
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Tuesday, April 21, 2009
'Hot and Heavy' Talks Between Microsoft, Yahoo
Bartz Counting On Balogh To Fix Yahoo Products
Twitter To Double Traffic Once Again
Time, Inc. Unveils Vertical Network
Report: Music Pirates Also Pay More For Music
Wenda Harris Millard Steps Down As Co-CEO Of MSLO
State Department Sends AT&T, Google, Twitter To Iraq
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Monday, April 20, 2009
Hulu Readies IPhone App
Google Rolls Out Phase One Of YouTube Redesign
Pirate Bay Verdict Should Be No Surprise
Ask Brings Back Jeeves
Bill Would Require Online Sites To Charge Sales Tax
Trouble For Brand Google?
Yahoo Earnings To Disappoint
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Friday, April 17, 2009
Kutcher Beats CNN, Reaches One Million Twitter Followers First
Video Game Biz Sees March Declines
How Bad Is Marketing Spam On Twitter?
AOL's Plans To Take On Facebook Connect
Pirate Bay Founder Guilty, Facing Jail Time
Yahoo To Sell Asian Assets?
Zappos.com Keeps Dotcom Spirit Alive