Online Media Daily
Friday, July 18, 2008
  • Google Powers Through Q2, But Stock Gets Hammered On Missed Expectations

    Call it the curse of having been an overachiever. Investors hammered Google's stock in after-hours trading on Thursday, following the search giant's second-quarter earnings ... Read the whole story

  • The Art Of Satire?

    Taking note of the flood of publicity that attended The New Yorker's questionable cover cartoon depicting Barack Obama Read the whole story

  • Yahoo Warns Icahn Poses Risk To Shareholders

    In its latest appeal to shareholders, Yahoo warned that Carl Icahn would "destroy stockholder value" at the Internet company while reiterating that it was ... Read the whole story

  • CBS' Last.fm Unveils Redesign, Upgrades

    Last.fm has launched a revamped Web site with a cleaner look and feel and new features aimed at making it easier to find music. ... Read the whole story

  • Lawmakers Prefer 'Opt-In' Requirement For NebuAd

    Several lawmakers said Thursday that NebuAd and other companies that want to serve targeted ads to Web users based on info gathered from Internet ... Read the whole story

  • Google Study: Search Marketing Increases Brand Value

    More than merely a direct-response tool, search marketing is a great brand-building vehicle for consumer packaged goods advertisers. That was the key finding from ... Read the whole story