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  • Microhoo Collapses, Google Still Wins
    The AFP said the non-Microhoo deal has been a win for Google on several fronts because Microsoft walking away from the deal won't allow the companies to return to service ...
  • AOL, News Corp. In Microsoft Talks
    The London Times reports that following the collapse of the Microsoft-Yahoo merger, other parties have swooped in to start negotiations with the software giant over a possible tie-up. Time Warner's ...
  • Why Is Microsoft Backing FTC Regulation?
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  • Yahoo's Shares Fall Sharply After Microsoft Withdraws Bid
    As expected, Yahoo's shares fell sharply Monday following the collapse of its proposed acquisition by Microsoft. The Web portal's stock tumbled almost 15% to close at $24.47. Still, that's well ...
  • Yahoo Execs Respond
    Once again, BoomTown's Kara Swisher turns to her Yahoo sources following Microsoft's unexpected decision to walk away from the $47-billion bid it lodged at the Web giant. Most of the ...
  • Time For Ballmer To Go?
    Microsoft's dramatic decision this weekend to withdraw its offer for Yahoo and not pursue a hostile bid raises a whole host of questions. What happens to Yahoo now? What ...
  • Why Yahoo Must Outsource To Google
    So Microsoft called Yahoo's bluff and walked away.Yahoo now has no other recourse but to do everything in its power to secure a Google deal. Given Yahoo's (read: Jerry Yang's) ...
  • No Deal: Microsoft Withdraws Bid For Yahoo
    It looks like Microsoft has to find another way to outdo Google now that the software giant has withdrawn its offer to acquire Yahoo. Even after Microsoft raised its bid ...
  • Microsoft To (Do Something) Today
    Any day now, right? Microsoft, which continues to use The Wall Street Journal as its mouthpiece for every move it makes (or doesn't make) in the ongoing Yahoo saga, late ...
  • Google-IBM Join Forces In The Cloud
    While Microsoft continues the prickly business of a forced marriage with Yahoo, Google and IBM have willingly joining forces to deliver what they think will become the tech industry's dominant ...
  • Time Warner Will Spin Off Cable Division, AOL Continues Decline
    After months of speculation, Time Warner announced plans to spin off its cable division during they company's first-quarter earnings call on Wednesday. Time Warner head Jeff Bewkes has previously vowed ...
  • Former AOL Exec Joins MediaBank Board
    Ted Leonsis, vice chairman emeritus of AOL LLC, has joined MediaBank's board of directors. Leonsis has more than a decade of experience in global Internet services and media at AOL, ...
  • U.S. Chamber Of Commerce Offers Portal Via OneBigPlanet
    The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is partnering with OneBigPlanet to offer a portal for its members. Named U.S. Chamber Deals, the site will provide access to benefits from more than ...
  • Yahoo Believes It Could Win A Proxy Fight
    If, as expected, the Microsoft-Yahoo dispute turns into a proxy battle, Yahoo believes it's well positioned to win the war. Yahoo's investor relations team tells analyst Roger Kay of Endpoint ...
  • VoIP Jajah Partners With Yahoo Messenger
    Voice over Internet Provider Jajah will power the Internet voice functions for Yahoo Messenger, the Web portal's instant messaging program. Jajah will connect calls to and from Yahoo Messenger as ...
  • AOL Plans Use Of Tacoda Across Platform-A Network
    Almost a year after last July¹s $275 million purchase of Tacoda, AOL plans to employ the firm¹s behavioral targeting technology across its entire Platform-A Network starting in June. The announcement ...
  • Yahoo (And Google), Await Microsoft Move
    Now that the deadline has passed, what happens next in the Microhoo saga? On April 5, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer hinted that a hostile takeover would follow: "If we have ...
  • Analysts: Microsoft Needs Yahoo
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  • If Microsoft Goes Hostile...
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  • Microsoft's Deadline For Yahoo Passes Uneventfully
    Microsoft's deadline for Yahoo to conclude a merger agreement came and went Saturday without any apparent breakthrough in negotiations between the companies. With no progress made toward a deal in ...
  • Burbank Jumps Ship At AOL For Nielsen
    Frustrated by AOL's larger corporate challenges, John Burbank, its chief marketing officer, has decided to take another job as Nielsen's first CMO. At AOL for less than a year, Burbank ...
  • Yahoo Unveils Open Strategy
    Yahoo is taking the bold new step of completely drinking the Web 2.0 Kool-Aid: The Internet giant will is opening up its Web services to developers and link its platforms ...
  • Blodget: 60% Chance Microsoft Will Walk
    The Silicon Alley Insider's Henry Blodget says there's a 60% chance that Microsoft will retract its bid for Yahoo once the deadline passes on Saturday. As a result, Yahoo's stock ...
  • ComScore: Actually, We Were Right About Google
    After comScore issued a series of reports showing that Google's paid click growth in the U.S. was nearly flat in the first quarter, investors blamed the Web measurement firm for ...
  • AOL Programming Sites Show Healthy Growth
    Who says AOL is tanking? The Time Warner Company's properties are growing nicely, according to the company. AOL Money & Finance, News, Sports, Health, Food, Music, Games and Moviefone hit ...
  • Amid Employee Concerns, Microsoft Prepares Proxy Yahoo Board
    Many Microsoft employees are against a Yahoo acquisition, and while concerns might not be enough to force the software giant to reconsider its $45 billion bid, CEO Steve Ballmer has ...
  • Yahoo Dragging On Microsoft Shares
    It's not just Microsoft employees who are worried about the possible ramifications of a Yahoo union. The Yahoo bid has single-handedly dragged down Microsoft's stock. The software giant has seen ...
  • Yahoo Earnings Barely Beat Analysts' Forecasts
    Posting first-quarter earnings that beat analyst expectations, Yahoo co-founder and CEO Jerry Yang said Tuesday that the financial results showed the company's "strategy and investments are starting to pay off" ...
  • CBS Interactive's Last.fm Names Microsoft's Yeung Marketing VP
    CBS Interactive's music discovery site Last.fm has named Orlena Yeung as its vice president of marketing. Yeung, formerly the global brand manager at Microsoft Xbox, will now oversee all aspects ...
  • Google's AdSense Program Sparks Lawsuit
    [Search] A search marketer has sued Google for allegedly tricking him into paying for ads on its publisher network, when he only wanted to purchase ads that would run on ...