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  • Sources: Yahoo Won't 'Blow The Lid Off' Earnings
    It is, indeed, D-day for Jerry Yang and the Yahoo board. At 5 p.m. EST time today we will know a lot more about the Web giant's fate: If earnings ...
  • Ex-Tacoda Execs Continue To Exit AOL
    The cleansing of Tacoda executives from AOL's ranks continues with the exit of President Daniel Jaye, former Tacoda Chief Financial Officer Mark Pinney, Senior Vice President of Ad Sales Matt ...
  • Court Rules ISP Can't Disclose Consumers Without Grand Jury Subpoena
    The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled Monday that an Internet service provider can't disclose the identities of consumers without a grand jury subpoena. "We now hold that citizens have a ...
  • Signs Indicate Strong Quarter For Yahoo
    Following boffo first quarter results from Google last Thursday, Kara Swisher tells readers to expect a similarly strong Q1 from Yahoo. Just look to Yahoo's recent behavior for some clues, ...
  • AOL Lays Off 100 Employees At Platform-A
    Under the direction of new Platform-A head Lynda Clarizio, AOL is planning to cut about 100 employees across the ad-selling unit. The unit presently employs about 1,600 people. The consolidation ...
  • Yahoo's Open Platform Plans
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  • AOL Plans Site Geared Toward Younger Women
    AOL is planning to launch a new women's lifestyle site skewing toward a younger demographic than its existing AOL Living property. Expected to launch in the next two to three ...
  • Userplane CEO Reflects On Potential Yahoo/AOL Merger
    As Time Warner and Yahoo weigh a cash infusion to seal an AOL/Yahoo deal, Userplane, an AOL subsidiary acquired in 2006 to lead the company into the social networking/ad supported ...
  • AT&T, Vizible To Launch Firefox-Based Browser With Ads
    AT&T has gone Pogo. The telecommunications giant has partnered with emerging tech firm Vizible to develop Pogo, a Web browser that adds a visual dimension to searching for and organizing ...
  • What Does AOL See In Sphere?
    "I'm starting to wonder if AOL is getting a little giddy about acquisitions," said The New York Times' Saul Hansell. Sphere, the Time Warner company's latest acquisition, which an executive ...
  • Google Paid Clicks Disappoint In March
    The Great Click Debate continues, as Google once again recorded poor gains in U.S. paid click growth in March, up only 2.7%, according to the latest figures from comScore. That ...
  • Developers Complete Android Test Run
    Monday marked the first major deadline for Google's Android Developer Challenge, a contest to build cool apps for the Web giant's mobile operating system. Fifty winners of the challenge's first ...
  • AOL Acquires Web Startup Sphere
    Last month it was Bebo, this month it's Sphere. Yep, AOL has reached into its pocketbook again to purchase yet another Web 2.0 startup. This time, the Time Warner company ...
  • Does Google Regret 'Don't Be Evil' Motto?
    The Sydney Morning Herald's Asher Moses says that Google VP Marissa Mayer tried to tiptoe away from the company's much-maligned "Don't be Evil" motto in an interview last week. "It ...
  • Antitrust Experts Weigh Yahoo Scenarios
    Legal experts say that a Yahoo-Google search alliance would probably run into more trouble with regulators in the U.S. and European Union than Microsoft buying the Web giant outright. Aaron ...
  • AOL Nabs Verizon Ad Deal
    Time Warner's AOL today landed a massive advertising deal, becoming the sole representative of Verizon Communications' online advertising inventory. The deal is a big one for AOL's fledgling advertising unit, ...
  • Microsoft Favors Own Yahoo Bid To News Corp. Partnership
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  • Yahoo Board Meets; Google Calls On Quattrone For Advice, Taps Salesforce.com
    Yahoo's board of directors met Friday to discuss takeover bids, but did not make a decision on which option to pursue. Meanwhile, Frank Quattrone reportedly has been enlisted as advisor ...
  • 'New World Order' in Advertising Up for Grabs
    Advertising executives are weighing in on the potentially landscape altering war over Yahoo. As Tim Hanlon, EVP of Publicis Group unit Denuo, says: "Nothing short of a new world order ...
  • Yahoo Execs Loathe Potential AOL Deal
    Half-a-dozen Yahoo sources tell BoomTown's Kara Swisher that they're none too happy about the prospect of an AOL-Yahoo deal. Not only do they severely dislike the idea, they don't even ...
  • Vista Adoption Underwhelms
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  • Play Ball: Yahoo Strikes Deal With MLB.com
    [Video] In the midst of its furious takeover fight with Microsoft, Yahoo continues to churn out a stream of business-as-usual deals. The Web portal on Thursday announced a three-year deal ...
  • AOL Launches Technology Hub
    As part of a larger effort to align its disparate Web assets, AOL has launched a technology hub encompassing its popular Engadget network, along with related blogs from its Weblogs ...
  • Yahoo To Enhance Web Analytics With Purchase Of IndexTools
    Yahoo said Wednesday it plans to acquire the assets of Tensa Kft., a Hungarian company better known as IndexTools, which makes Web analytics software for online marketing. The acquisition is ...
  • AOL To Launch PubAccess Self-Service Tool
    In a bid to draw more publishers into its Advertising.com ad network, AOL next week plans to launch a self-service tool for small Web publishers to sell and manage ads ...
  • AOL: Running Out Of Time
    How much longer does AOL have to prove its worth before Time Warner shareholders revolt? Not long, says Jordon Posner of Matrix Asset Advisors. "It's important that they drive improvement ...
  • Is Microsoft Really Undervaluing Yahoo?
    Yahoo thinks Microsoft is undervaluing the company with its $44.6 billion offer, but Microsoft, citing the $10 boost Yahoo shares received the day the software giant took its bid to ...
  • Yahoo Sports Adds Content From GrindTV
    Yahoo Sports is pumping up its programming with content from GrindTV, a video site featuring "action sports" including skateboarding, surfing, snowboarding and motocross. The new co-branded GrindTV channel will add ...
  • AOL, TheStreet.com Ink Longer, More Extensive Content Partnership
    AOL and TheStreet.com have extended the terms of their content-sharing deal by three years. The new agreement also increases the amount of content from TheStreet.com's network of sites like TheStreet.com ...
  • MySpace Latino Portal Exits Beta With New Partnerships
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